2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 18, 2014 3:29 AM by jwester

    Predicted Cluster Storage Depletion is empty


      Hi all,

      in the capacity planning dashboard there is a widged called "Predicted Cluster Storage Depletion".

      And this widget in my case is empty.

      I see that the query is cluster.diskUtilizationDepletionDate:*

      If I replaced it with "*" I can see the storage size, used space and number of datastores, but off course no depletion date

      Any idea? Is this query is wrong?

        • Re: Predicted Cluster Storage Depletion is empty

          Hi kolev,


          You're running into a known issue that was fixed in VMAN 6.0.1 HF1. 6.0.1 HF2 is currently available and is a cumulative release that includes HF1, so I would recommend getting HF2 from your Customer Portal and applying it to your VMAN 6.0.1 appliance. If that still does not resolve the problem, let me know.




          P.S. - I've posted the Readme for HF1 here for reference. Your issue is FB270598 in the notes below:


          SolarWinds Virtualization Manager Hotfix #1 (SolarWinds-VMAN-v6.0.1-HF-1)






          Only install this hotfix on a Virtualization Manager 6.0.1 appliance.




          The hotfix provides these fixes:                               

          1. capacity planning calculation fix for datastore free space (FB270598)

          2. Hyper-V sample collection unit corrections (FB280780, FB280790)

          3. memory leak and other fixes (FB282894, FB281503)


          Installing the hotfix


          Installing the hotfix replaces the VMan web service for both the server

          and any federated collectors. The original files are renamed and saved

          for rollback to the original. The install script will restart the Tomcat

          service and Virtualization Manager will be running the hotfix.



          Follow the steps in the next sections to install or uninstall the hotfix. 



          Installation procedure




          1.  Use SCP to copy the enclosed VMAN-v6.0.1-HF-1.tgz file to the

              admin user's home directory on the master appliance.



          2.  Log in to the appliance as an admin user using SSH (for example using putty)


              $ cd /home/admin

              $ tar xf VMAN-v6.0.1-HF-1.tgz

              $ sudo bash ./install-v6.0.1-HF-1.sh



          Uninstall procedure




          1.  Log in to the appliance as an admin user, and sudo bash.


              $ cd /home/admin

              $ sudo bash ./uninstall-v6.0.1-HF-1.sh