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Hyper-V Guests disk utilization

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Created by Kevin Sperrazza, last modified by Gerald.Prado on Jul 19, 2018

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Updated March 10, 2017

Overview

Hyper-V Guests does not show individual disk information.

Environment

VMan 6.X

Detail

Currently in VMAN, we are not able to poll individual disk information for Hyper-V guests. What we do get is an aggregate of all the storage space assigned to the guest. We can do alerting and reporting on these values but it will not be specific to the individual disks the Guest has assigned.

 

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