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Hyper-V virtual machine latency shows as zero

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Created by Interspire Import, last modified by Gerald.Prado on Jul 19, 2018

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Issue

In the Node Details view for a Hyper-V virtual machine, the gauge in the Virtual Machine Latency and IOPS resource always shows zero latency, which is in error.

This is due to VMan not collecting latency data for Hyper-V.

Resolution

There currently is no resolution.

 

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