VMs with Guest Needed Memory not Collecting Dashboard for vRealize Operations 6.7 7.0 and 7.5

-

VMs with Guest Needed Memory not Collecting Dashboard for vRealize Operations 6.7, 7.0, and 7.5


Use this dashboard and alerts to identify VMs with Guest Needed Memory not collecting in vRealize Operations, as mentioned in KB 55675. Affected VMs may show higher Memory Workload, lower Capacity Remaining and lower Time Remaining than expected. It's recommended to address the issues affecting collection to ensure the capacity engine has the most accurate data from VMware Tools.

Dashboard

Dashboard

Alerts

Alerts

Recommendations

Recommendations

Installation

  1. Import the super metric at Administration / Configuration / Super Metrics / Import Super Metric
    Import View
  2. Click Browse... then select the file named SuperMetric - Guest Needed Memory is not collecting.json
  3. Edit the Policy at Administration / Policies / Policy Library. The policy should be vSphere Solution's Default Policy (DATE) unless a new policy was explicitly created.
    Policy Library
  4. Enable Super Metric|Guest Needed Memory is not collecting metric for Virtual Machine object type only
    Policy Metrics
  5. Import the view at Dashboards / Views / Import...
    Import View
  6. Click Browse... then select the file named Views - VMs with Guest Needed Memory not Collecting.zip
  7. Import the dashboard at Dashboards / Actions / Manage Dashboards / Import Dashboards
    Import Dashboard
  8. Click Browse... then select the file named Dashboard - VMs with Guest Needed Memory not Collecting.zip
  9. The dashboard should now be available in in the dashboard list
    Dashboard List
  10. Optional Import the alerts at Alerts / Alert Settings / Alert Definitions / Import
    Import Dashboard
  11. Optional Click Browse... then select the file named Alert Definitions - VMs with Guest Needed Memory not Collecting.xml

Support

This dashboard requires vRealize Operation 6.7, 7.0, or 7.5 (or newer) Advanced or Enterprise edition.

Please open an issue for feedback.


Sign in to be able to add comments.

Comments 0