2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 13, 2018 9:13 AM by slanger

    Producing graphs for multiple VMs

    nem1s1s Enthusiast
      Trying to get my head around how to produce CPU/Disk/Memory, etc graphs for a specific point of time for MULTIPLE VMs rather than individually. Running vROps 6.7.
        • 1. Re: Producing graphs for multiple VMs
          sxnxr Expert

          The only way to create a graph with multiple VMs is to create a static membership to the graph ( self provider on) and add in the individual VMs and the metrics you want at the bottom


          There is no way to use a metric configuration file and select a group of VMs from an object list and see the VMs listed in the graph (the graph widget does not have the Parent Self Child selection list) Also you cant select multiple VMs from an object list and do the multiple insertion into the graph either.


          I have been asking for this function for 3 years now. I hope they add it in some time soon. Chart widget is great for getting lots of metrics for one VM but not one metric for lots of VMs

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          • 2. Re: Producing graphs for multiple VMs
            slanger Enthusiast

            +1million... I have also been waiting and waiting for this to be available.  Makes getting stats for admins and mgmt that don't have direct access to vROps much more cumbersome than it needs to be!