In our NetApp environment we usually have a lot of volumes, which are set offline and will be deleted quite a while later. This procedure was common practice in my old company, too.
Neither the NetApp API check nor the SNMP check have the option to treat offline volumes as OK. (In contrast to VMware monitoring, where you have the option to treat offline VMs as OK.)
I can filter for service output “offline” in the service problems, but unfortunately not in WATO, where it would be helpful to select all offline volumes at once and disable those service checks. Does anyone know an efficient way to solve this without tediously selecting each check-box individually?
Kind regards, Dirk.