Metric and alert for Web App file system used quota
We would like to setup an automatic alert that fires when the file storage of an app plan is reaching its limits.
Ideally it will be great to have a metric that tells the % of storage (quota) consumed so we can set an alert on top of that metric.
This is a great idea and we would like to implement it though there are a few dependencies we need to meet first. We are leaving this on the roadmap for now to see if it gains more customer support which will help with prioritization.
File System Usage metric is being rolled out. There's a private preview for it (don't know how to apply, though): https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/Azure/app-service/web-sites-monitor#understand-metrics
Madushan Nanayakkara commented
do we have any updates about this on your road map?
Kalyan kumar V P commented
Do we have any ETA on this feature implementation?
Bence Makkos commented
This is a really crucial missing feature. It is infeasible to manually keep checking this on the Azure portal instead of receiving an alert. It is too easy to only notice that there is a problem, once production is compromised.
Karthikeyan Ramarao commented
This is a great idea. Is this feature likely to come up in the near future, please?
Has this had any development? Our organization is also in dire need of this alert.
Pramod Singh commented
Recently one of our apps in production became very sluggish. The cause was – space quote exceeded. It would be nice to have this feature rolled out asap.
Walsh. Stephen (Enterprise Services) commented
This would really help to avoid space issues on our App Services
Eduardo Macarrón commented
BTW, looks like the info is already there in site's "usage" property. We now just need the "perfcounter":
"localizedValue": "File System Storage"