We have some machines with multiple disks that are mounted under the same root directory.
Due to the fact that these disks are mounted under a root directory (/mounts), they will not be detected by CDM, while configuring the Default Disk(s) profile.
How can I add some specific monitoring (disk space QOS and alarm) for these mounted disks?
So I figured out part of the answer...
Checking the CDM configuration directly on the robot, I found out that all the disks were discovered.
However those "sub-mounted" disks were not active.
Is there a reason why "Default Disks" profile is enabling some disks but not others?
Do I have to explicitly create a new disk under "Default Disks" to be able to activate those volumes?
Not an exact match but this tech doc may have some helpful info:
Enable cdm to monitor disks under the robot instea - CA Knowledge