We record every call into our UCCX 7 platform which makes my backups quite large. This causes an alert every night when the backups run from CRSAdmin stating that the server is running low on disk space and needs at least 40 GB free for B&R to run.
Is there a way to adjust this threshold?
I see, thanks for clarifying that for me.
The UCCX installer set this threshold to a certain value based on the total disk space (not sure about the percentage thou).
There exist a registry key that holds the value of C: drive size
\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Cisco Systems, Inc.\CRS\DiskDrivesSize\C_DRIVE_SIZE.
You can manually change the value on this registry to make the UCCX believe you have a bigger HD and restart Node Manager. However I would only do that on a Lab environment, because this registry entry is also used to calculate some other things, for example the default size and number of some traces and logs files and other stuff.
You can also get rid of the message by just removing that email from the email subsystem