guillermo.lozano wrote:I have this alert turned off and this issue only occurs when I enable this alert on Veeam ONE.
If the alarm remains disabled I do not see any spike with 43588595 ms of latency.
Veeam ONE only requires read-only access to retrieve performance data, so I'm not quite sure how Veeam ONE can be the reason for this latency spike.
Can you please tell me what does vSphere Client show when you enable this alarm and see its fired in Veeam ONE? Does it show 43588595 ms of latency?
guillermo.lozano wrote:If the alarm remains disabled I do not see any spike with 43588595 ms of latency.
Disabling the alarm does not stop the process of monitoring this metrics. If you disable it, it is just disabled in Veeam ONE alarms engine, so ESXi hosts should not be affected by this change.
guillermo.lozano wrote:Veeam says that Veeam ONE only reports what the ESX server displays.
But the ESX server displays this when the Veeam ONE Alarm is enabled.
Will you be able to reproduce this behavior with enabling/disabling alarm and show it to our support team? In this case I will be able to chase our dev team and ask to clarify how it is possible.