SQL Server databases are set to autogrow, however the system databases (ie, tempdb) are not configured in this manner.
How can the "DBSS - File Group Utilization" alarm be configured not alarm for autogrowth databases but still alarm for non-autogrowth databases?
Alternatively, how could can it only alarm for named databases (ie, tempdb, master, etc.)
The “DBSS – File Group Utilization” alarm does not filter out Auto-growth file groups. Instead it will alarm if the used space by all files in the file group as a percentage of available disk space + allocated space rise above a given threshold. When Auto-Growth is set to No, the alarm works the same but it doesn’t take the available free space on the disk into account.
The existing rule was modified to include a match for the rule to only alarm for specifically named databases