ManageEngine® Applications Manager


Hyper-V Virtual Machines

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Monitored Parameters

Applications Manager monitors the virtual machines configured in the Hyper-V server. It gives the ability to manage VMs (Start/Stop/Restart) from the Applications Manager web client in case of any performance problems.

 

The Availability tab lists all the virtual machines present in the Hyper-V servers and their availability status. You can also view Availability history of the virtual machines for the past 24 hours or 30 days. The Performance tab shows some key performance indicators of the virtual machine including CPU Utilization, Memory Utilization, Disk I/O Utilization and Network Utilization along with heat charts for these attributes. This tab also shows the health status and events for the past 24 hours or 30 days.

 

The List view displays all the virtual machines discovered under each Hyper-V server. This view provides an overall idea of the availability and health of all the virtual machines. The list view also enables you to perform bulk admin configurations. Click on the individual virtual machines listed to view detailed VM metrics.

 

The Top Virtual Machines tab shows graphs for the top CPU consumers, top memory consumers, top disk I/O consumers, and top network consumers of the Hyper-V server. This section enables you to find out which virtual machines are consuming your server resources and take action accordingly.

 

Click on the individual monitors listed in the Availability tab to view detailed performance metrics of the corresponding virtual machine. Below is an explanation of the metrics shown in these tabs:

 

Parameter

Description

Monitor Information

Name

The name of the virtual machine.

Type

Denotes the type you are monitoring.

Health

Denotes the health (Clear, Warning, Critical) status of the VM.

GUID The unique Hyper-V identifier of this virtual machine.
VM State Specifies the current state of the virtual machine.

Last Polled at

Specifies the time at which the last poll was performed.

Next Poll at

Specifies the time at which the next poll is scheduled.

Availability Shows the overall availability status of the VM for the day. You can also view 7/30 reports and the current availability status of the VM.
CPU Stats
CPU Utilization

The CPU Usage of the VM as percentage

VM Details

Number of Virtual Processors

The number of virtual processors present in the partition. All execution in this child partition happens on Virtual Processors.

Memory Details
Total Memory The total memory current available to the virtual machine, in mega bytes.
Deposited Pages The number of deposited pages in this partition.
Address Spaces The number of address spaces in the virtual TLB of the partition.
Virtual TLB Size recommended The recommended number of pages to be deposited for the virtual TLB.
Virtual TLB Pages The number of pages used by the virtual TLB of this partition.
GPA space modifications per second The rate of modifications to the GPA space of this partition.
Virtual TLB Flush Entires per second The rate of flushes of the entire virtual TLB.
Physical Pages Allocated The number of physical pages allocated in this partition.
Preferred NUMA Node Index The preferred NUMA node index associated with this partition.
Remote Physical Pages The number of physical pages not allocated from the preferred NUMA node.

 

 

Note:
This monitor type is not supported in the Cloud Starter Edition. Compare Editions.

See Also

Creating New Monitor - Microsoft Hyper-V Server

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