Vitaliy S. wrote:Actually, if you try to stand on the particular datastore and choose Stack by option under the graphs and switch from ESX(i) Server to Virtual Machine view, you should see all the VMs running on the datastore and get all Disk I/O statistics for each VM.
In addition, as a workaround you may trigger the script mentioned above on any ESX(i) Server event, by creating your custom alarm or editing the existing alarms. Additionally, all the issues happened on the ESX(i) Server could be quickly observed on the Summary page for particular ESX(i) Server. But, again thanks for the feedback!
OREOSpeedwagon wrote:... Also, it doesn't have any snapshot info on there.
Vitaliy S. wrote:OREOSpeedwagon wrote:... Also, it doesn't have any snapshot info on there.
Just a quick update - Top Snapshot users will also be displayed on the Top VMs tab along with Top CPU/Memory/Disk/etc. consumers in the v5. Thanks!
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