VMware vSphere Health Check Report v1.0


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@lamw (twitter account) has created and published the first vSphere Health Check Report script.  The script reports on the following:

 

  • New New licensing format/summary
  • New EVC Enabled information
  • New Cluster VM monitoring
  • New Cluster Host monitoring
  • New # of VMotions within a cluster
  • New Datastore uncommitted info
  • New CPU power management info
  • New VM info (FT, Record/Replay, Clean Poweroff)
  • New Host IPv6, FT, SSL Thumbprint
  • New Host Profiles
  • New vApp information
  • New Distributed vSwitch information
  • vCenter Build/Release
  • Active Sessions
  • ESX/ESXi Build/Release
  • Cluster(s) Name/Statistics (Hosts,CPU and MEM availabity, HA,DRS and DPM enabled, Resource Pools, Health)
  • ESX/ESXi Hardware configuration (NICs/HBAs)
  • ESX/ESXi Hardware Health Sensor via CIM
  • ESX/ESXi State
  • ESX/ESXi Configurations (for detailed information, use detail-hosts option)
  • ESX/ESXi Multipathing Info (only available in host or detail-hosts option)
  • ESX/ESXi Datastore summary
  • ESX/ESXi LUN summary
  • ESX/ESXi Portgroup summary
  • ESX/ESXi Hostd logs
  • CDP Summary
  • Recent Tasks
  • Virtual Machine summary
  • VM Storage summary
  • VM Network summary
  • VM w/Snapshots
  • VM w/Snapshot delta age
  • VM w/RDMs
  • VM w/NPIV enabled
  • VM w/connected CD-ROMs
  • VM w/connected Floppys

You can find more info here: http://communities.vmware.com/docs/DOC-9842

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