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vRops Capacity Remaining and Time Remaining have no data for CPU/Memory and no Breakdown bar showing

No Capacity Reminin bar. Capacity Remaining and Time Remaining badges are empty. No data for CPU/Memory/Disk Space

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Leadership
Leadership

How long that vROps is running? Take in mind that it take some time (up to 24 hours) to shows up.

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Richardson Porto
Senior Infrastructure Specialist
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Contributor

vRops ruuning more than 6 months

Commander
Commander

Have you configured the capacity remaining model in your policy

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Contributor
Contributor

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Contributor
Contributor

Yes, it is configured based on demand.

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VMware Employee
VMware Employee

I would also check the time settings in the policy. Just ensure that it's either 24x7 or if you use specific dates that there is at least one day checked.

Was this ever collecting capacity metrics? If so, what happened on the day it stopped? It's never a bad idea to take the cluster offline via the AdminUI and bring it back online. That might kick vROps into gear.

-K

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Contributor
Contributor

Second this.

I discovered that my custom settings for Capacity calculation suddenly had disappeared.

I originally selected Monday to Friday in the Time Range.

After some time all of my clusters had question marks.

There is probably a bug that whipes the custom Time Range when something else has been changed and saved in the policy.

I have an open PR on this issue.

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