Recently we upgrade our SCOM environment from 2007R2 with nWorks 5.x to 2012SP1 with nWorks 6.
Soon after we saw a lot of warnings with the counter Veeam VMware: Virtual Machine Compute Latency Analysis.
A example of one of the warnings:
The virtual machine VMName running on host host.local.domain has a Compute Latency issue.
High CPU Latency of 11.86% indicates the VM is waiting for CPU resources from the vSphere host server. This indicates the host is under stress attempting to allocate CPU resources.
When I look in the report in SCOM for this machine I see this graph:
When I look in VMWare at the host I see this:http://tweakers.net/ext/f/J5NS0ibVwdzXAuHqN7sU2QRe/full.png
When I look at the vm I see this:http://tweakers.net/ext/f/Lmcd9V7ivxJnRIinHXM2n3Ig/full.png
Looking in the host with ESXtop we see this:http://tweakers.net/ext/f/Ib4nPCzItBut9qpp8iXomklD/full.png
It seems all is running fine but I cannot find a lot of info on why this message is being generated and if we are missing something. What does the monitor exactly do and should we adjust it?