Oracle VM (OVM) is a platform that provides a fully equipped environment with all the latest benefits of virtualization technology. Oracle VM enables us to deploy operating systems and application software within a supported virtualization environment. Oracle VM insulates users and administrators from the underlying virtualization technology and allows daily operations to be conducted using goal-oriented GUI interfaces.
Applications manager can discover your entire Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure and its components through Oracle VM Manager. The Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure group allows you to discover virtual resources and categorize them into server pools, Oracle VM Server, Storage, Repository, etc.
Supported Versions: Oracle VM Version 3.4.6 and above.
We recommend to use the admin privilege account to monitor the Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure.
Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure groups will be listed among monitor groups and can be accessed from the 'Monitor Group' view under the Monitors tab. Within the Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure group, the Summary tab provides an overall view of the components of the Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure and their health status. It shows you the number of Server Pools, Storage, Repository, Oracle VM Servers, VMs present in the Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure.
Server pools logically organize one or more Oracle VM Servers into groups where virtual machines can run. Each server pool can have up to 32 physical servers. Each Oracle VM Server can be a member of only one server pool. The server pool is the operational unit of Oracle VM.
This section provides details about server pools and their corresponding servers associated with the Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure.
|Server Pool Details|
|Name||The name of the server pool.|
|Health||The health status of the server pool.|
|Availability||The availability status of the server pool.|
|Server Count||The number of servers available in the server pool.|
|VMs Count||The number of virtual machines available in the server pool.|
|Oracle VM Server Details|
|Server Name||The name of the Oracle VM server.|
|Server Pool||The name of the server pool to which the Oracle VM Server belongs.|
|Health||The health status of the Oracle VM Server.|
|Availability||The availability status of the Oracle VM Server.|
|CPU Utilization (%)||The percentage of the amount of CPU currently being used by the server.|
|Memory Utilization (%)||The percentage of the amount of memory currently being used by the server.|
A File Server is used to serve File System-based storage made available to the environment. A File Server can serve File Systems of the following types:
This section provides details about storage and file systems associated with the Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure.
|Storage Name||The name of the file server.|
|Type||The type of the file server.|
|FileSystem Count||The number of file systems available in the file server.|
|Health||The health status of the file server.|
|FileSystem Name||The name of the file system.|
|Storage||The name of the file server to which the file system belongs.|
|Capacity (GB)||The total amount of memory allocated to this file system.|
|Used (GB)||The amount of memory used by the file system.|
|Free (GB)||The remaining amount of memory available in the file system.|
|Utilization (%)||The percentage of memory used by the resources in the file system.|
|Health||The health status of the file system.|
A repository is a file system that is logically structured in a particular way so that different resources can be located easily and made available for creating, cloning or running virtual machines.
This section provides details about repositories associated with the Oracle VM Virtual Infrastructure.
|Repository Name||The name of the repository which is used to store the virtual machine resources.|
|FileSystem ID||The ID of the file system which is present in the repository.|
|FileSystem Path||The path of the file system in which it is mounted.|