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ghanivm
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vROP shows Alerts Non-vSAN Datastores is acting abnormally

Dear Team,

My customer facing vROP alerts like below, based on these alerts provide any suggestions. 

New alert was generated at Mon Mar 12 13:38:22 UTC 2018:
Info:Non vSAN Datastores Environment is acting abnormally since Mon Mar 12 13:38:22 UTC 2018 and was last updated at Mon Mar 12 13:38:22 UTC 2018

Alert Definition Name: Group population risk is elevated
Alert Definition Description: A significant number of group members are exhibiting risk and causing group risk to be elevated
Object Name : Non vSAN Datastores
Object Type : Environment
Alert Impact: risk
Alert State : immediate
Alert Type : Application
Alert Sub-Type : Performance
Object Health State: info
Object Risk State: immediate
Object Efficiency State: info
Control State: Open
Symptoms:
SYMPTOM SET - self

Symptom Name

Object Name

Object ID

Metric

Message Info

Object is a group

Non vSANDatastores

53b185e5-dbc4-4203-81a5-405db1e36d7f

GROUP = GROUP

SYMPTOM SET - self

Symptom Name

Object Name

Object ID

Metric

Message Info

Average Risk of group members is starting to get high

Non vSANDatastores

53b185e5-dbc4-4203-81a5-405db1e36d7f

Risk|Average Score Of All Group Members

  1. 32.1 >= 25.0


Recommendations:
- Check the top alerts for the group members that are most risky and resolve them
Notification Rule Name: SNMP Notifications
Notification Rule Description:
Alert ID : c52d6af8-1e47-446b-98a0-cae44752df8d
VCOps Server - 10445083-ops

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TheBobkin
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Hello ghanivm

You might have better luck posting this on the vRealize Operations Communities (a mod should be able to move the question for you) as this is not related to vSAN going by the fact that it says: Non vSAN Datastores:

vRealize Operations Manager

This appears to be a performance-related issue on a datastore that is NOT vSAN (e.g. iSCSI, FC, NFS) triggering an SNMP trap - check the VMs and datastores that are a member of the group triggering the alert for more information.

Bob

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