Does Windows 10 warn users of failed arrays in Windows Storage Spaces?

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    Does that provide any means of continuous monitoring and automatic alerting? Email/popup...?

    Something that can is 'set and forget' - Hard Disk Sentinel does. Perhaps there's some suitable freeware...
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       #12

    Does that provide any means of continuous monitoring and automatic alerting?
    Perhaps there's some suitable freeware...
    See my 1st post, Zabbix for example, but scheduled Powershell script is much simpler :)

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    Snapshot taken during 2nd tier repair process (yes, it is necessary to add disks to one tier only and repair each tier separately to avoid the dreaded "Return Code: The configuration database is full." error):

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    All done, both the RAID1 and RAID6 tiers are OK again. Tiered volume D: was fully accessible all the time, even during repair steps. But yes, "Windows storage spaces are very unreliable and break easily" if someone really really wants....

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    Cheers
    muchomurka (it means Amanita - Wikipedia) _
    Last edited by muchomurka; 17 Sep 2019 at 12:57.
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