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Bad value for Linux applicaiton monitoring metric in IMC

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I got an iMC alert:

 

Trap of Source: rt0012g.sdd.hp.com(15.80.33.131)

Location: "San Diego R&D"

Contact: pps.cts@hp.com

Trap Name: Level-2 Threshold Alarm of Application Management

Severity: Critical

Trap Time: 2016-11-30 13:17:00

Description: Application monitor (Linux_15.80.33.131) File System(/home/impts)File System Usage Ratio is in level-2 threshold range: 95.0%, and current value is 402.87%; application type is (Linux).

 

What did value 402.87% mean? Why it was over 100%?

 

Thanks,

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This is the wrong company for Servers, Storage, Networking and Software. Please use the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community:
https://community.hpe.com/t5/IMC/bd-p/network-management-a-series-forum

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