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Thanks for the info!
It's true - we depend on the Heartbeat Status we receive from the VMware API. And, as you saw in that forum post - this information can be unreliable sometimes.
Best idea for the moment is probably to disable that Monitor, as advised; you still receive all other events and metrics related to VMs, so you still have good visibility of VM status.
Let's hope a VMware update will fix the stability of the Heartbeat alarms from VC.
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You're right, this is a 2 years old thread... can you please tell me if you have any issues with this monitor? What vSphere version are you currently running?
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All VmWareTools are up-to-date
VCenter is a VM (win 2k8R2) with no performance issue
I havejust opened a case with the support.
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