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Please filter event: volsnap 33

Beginner
Posts: 2
Comments: 1

Could you please filter, or allow me to filter as an option, the event: volsnap 33? I have limited HDD space on my laptop (SSD), and am receiving emails every time a snapshot of one of my partitions is deleted to make space for new snapshots. This happens daily and is quite annoying.

Here is an example of the emails I'm receiving.
"
Events that may potentially lead to a data loss were detected in Windows Event Log.

Risk: Low
Type: Information
Source: volsnap
Category: 0
ID: 33
Date: 2011/7/11
Time: 2:37:39
Description:
The oldest shadow copy of volume D: was deleted to keep disk space usage for shadow copies of volume D: below the user defined limit.

Risk: Low
Type: Information
Source: volsnap
Category: 0
ID: 33
Date: 2011/7/11
Time: 2:37:39
Description:
The oldest shadow copy of volume C: was deleted to keep disk space usage for shadow copies of volume C: below the user defined limit.
"

Forum Member
Posts: 8
Comments: 68

Go into ADM - Critical events then just right click and select Ignore once or Ignore Always. Check out Help while you are in that panel. Here is a quote from Help:

Ignore once - select this item to ignore an event only once in particular case (with a certain date and time), for example in case when a problem had been already fixed and does not affect the overall disk status any more);
Ignore always - select this item to place this event to a Windows Event Log monitoring configuration file (see Critical Events monitoring configuration article for detailed information). But note, to start displaying this even again, you need to delete it from a script file manually;


The Critical Events monitoring configuration article is just another linked page in the Help file.