I'm currently testing Veeam One and Backup & Replication.
I've left Veeam One running for a couple of days and am now going through the alerts and reports, to see what it's noticed.
1. One my primary Hyper-V Server (HS101, running Server 2012) its reporting high Memory Pages Rate, Avg: 5547.20, Max: 57910.00 and Recommended < 500.
This has occurred multiple times and the recommendation is to add more memory to the Host.
This host has 192GB of RAM and the report itself shows that available memory is: Avg: 20.42%, Max: 51.06% and Recommended < 80%. So what's the problem?
2. Same server, Host Memory Pressure shows: Avg:65.07, Max: 165.00 and Recommended < 80. Any suggestions?
3. Another Host (DUF, Server 2012 R2) also shows high Memory Pages Rate, Avg: 149.71, Max: 1956.00 and Recommended < 500. This server is not yet in production, I'm just testing with it first. I has 2 VM's and they are not doing much at all. The most taxing thing will be Hyper-V Replication to another local server every 5 mins. However almost no data is changing, so little replication required.
4. Same host (DUF) again, this time high disk Latency, Read for C: drive is , Avg: 3.00, Max: 19.00 and Recommended < 15. And Disk Write Latency for C:, Avg: 25.67, Max: 82.00 and Recommended < 15. And Disk Write Latency for D:, Avg: 23.27, Max: 58.00 and Recommended < 15.
Any suggestions of ideas on all the above would really be appreciated. I need to understand if there is something I can tweak or improve.
I also find the reports do not format well on screen, often missing out rows at the bottom of the page, when I printed them, they scrolled onto 2nd page...
Is there any way to get the report to auto-login, it's a pain having to enter permissions every single time I run one?