1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 29, 2014 4:34 AM by Milan_Volejnik

    Is there an easy way to get per host vCPU to pCPU ratio from VM?

    benwaynet

      I found the trend for cluster level vCPU to pCPU ratio, but I'd like to see it broken down to the host level is this possible with virtual manager?

       

      thanks,jb

        • Re: Is there an easy way to get per host vCPU to pCPU ratio from VM?
          Milan_Volejnik

          Hi,

           

          yes, it's possible to create a new Trend that shows vCPU to pCPU ratio for Hosts. You can create a copy of existing "vCPU to Host cores ratio" trend and configure it to your needs, i.e.:

           

           

          Then the trend lines should look like this:

           

          Note: as this is a new trend, there's no historical data available. The trend process is executed automatically every 4 hours by default. It's recommended that the four hour period remains unchanged but if necessary it can be modified in Setup - Administration - Advanced Setup - System Properties -> "Hourly Interval for Trend Execution" property. You can also launch the trend process manually in Setup - Administration - Advanced Setup - System Maintenance -> Run Trends.

           

          Does this trend suit your needs?