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Home > Success Center > Network Performance Monitor (NPM) > Check the VMware ESX/i host hardware/CPU/Memory/Storage status manually

Check the VMware ESX/i host hardware/CPU/Memory/Storage status manually

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Updated September 8, 2016

Overview

Checking manually the VMware ESX/i host hardware/CPU/Memory/Storage status to validate the display of Orion under the hardware health resource.

Environment

  • Orion IVIM 1.9 and later
  • SAM
  • NPM

Steps

1. Check the hardware status using VMware MOB:

Open the VMware vCenter server MOB web link using your Internet

browser (https://[your_vCenter_server_address]/mob) and follow this path:

Content > rootFolder > childEntity > hostFolder > childEntity > host [select appropriate host] > runtime >

healthSystemRuntime > systemHealthInfo > numericSensorInfo.

 

2. Check the status of Memory:

a. Open the VMware vCenter server's MOB web link using your Internet browser (https://[your_vCenter_server_address]/mob) and follow this path:
Content > rootFolder > childEntity > hostFolder > childEntity > host [select appropriate host] > runtime > healthSystemRuntime > hardwareStatusInfo > memoryStatusInfo.

b. Open the VMware HOST's MOB web link using your Internet browser (https://[your_VMware_host_address]/mob) and follow this path:
Content > rootFolder > childEntity > hostFolder > childEntity > host > runtime > healthSystemRuntime > hardwareStatusInfo > memoryStatusInfo.

 

3. Check the status of CPU:

a. Open the VMware vCenter server's MOB web link using your Internet browser (https://[your_vCenter_server_address]/mob) and follow this path:
Content > rootFolder > childEntity > hostFolder > childEntity > host [select appropriate host] > runtime > healthSystemRuntime > hardwareStatusInfo > cpuStatusInfo.

b. Open the VMware HOST's MOB web link using your Internet browser (https://[your_VMware_host_address]/mob) and follow this path:
Content > rootFolder > childEntity > hostFolder > childEntity > host > runtime > healthSystemRuntime > hardwareStatusInfo > cpuStatusInfo.

 

4. Check the status of Storages:

a. Open the VMware vCenter server's MOB web link using your Internet browser (https://[your_vCenter_server_address]/mob) and follow this path:
Content > rootFolder > childEntity > hostFolder > childEntity > host [select appropriate host] > runtime > healthSystemRuntime > hardwareStatusInfo > storageStatusInfo.

b. Open the VMware HOST's MOB web link using your Internet browser (https://[your_VMware_host_address]/mob) and follow this path:
Content > rootFolder > childEntity > hostFolder > childEntity > host > runtime > healthSystemRuntime > hardwareStatusInfo > storageStatusInfo.

 

 

 

 

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