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I did not interpret it . what is mean that ? These machines are open 1 years.is Servers consume this resource  or these server not consume this resource or users do not use this server.

       

NamePolicy nameCPU Idle Time (%)Network IO Idle Time (%)Disk IO idle Time (%)Disk Space|Usable Capacity (GB)Memory|Consumed
vm1vSphere Solution's Default Policy (2/17/16 9:18 AM)95.1399.5810089.6913.82 GB
vm2vSphere Solution's Default Policy (2/17/16 9:18 AM)99.5999.8410077.2413.6 GB
vm3vSphere Solution's Default Policy (2/17/16 9:18 AM)99.5499.86100114.9612.66 GB
vm4vSphere Solution's Default Policy (2/17/16 9:18 AM)98.4199.74100314.6913.49 GB
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rcporto
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The following report shows that for example for VM2, 99.59% of the time the VM CPU is ilde (not used), that 99.84% of the time there is no I/O on Network and that 100% of the time there is no I/O on Disk. So, that virtual machine possibly is not used, it is powered on but anybody is consuming services on these virtual machines.

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Richardson Porto
Senior Infrastructure Specialist
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rcporto
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The following report shows that for example for VM2, 99.59% of the time the VM CPU is ilde (not used), that 99.84% of the time there is no I/O on Network and that 100% of the time there is no I/O on Disk. So, that virtual machine possibly is not used, it is powered on but anybody is consuming services on these virtual machines.

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Richardson Porto
Senior Infrastructure Specialist
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/richardsonporto
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