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To provide high-level overview of modeled v Sphere device, on device level a separate Dynamic View diagram is provided.
To keep resulting diagram in reasonable size it includes only the next components: v SAN has self-monitoring for a large number of configuration, performance, and availability issues.
Monitoring is performed through a v Center server using the v Sphere API.
This Zen Pack supersedes an earlier Zen Pack named When monitoring v Center with this zenpack, it is important to also verify the version of ESX/ESXi installed on the hosts it manages.
This Zen Pack is developed and supported by Zenoss Inc.
Commercial Zen Packs are available to Zenoss commercial customers only.
The ESX hosts must be running a compatible version according to the VMware product Compatibility Matrix as well as one that has not reached End Of General Support in VMware’s Lifecycle Matrix In particular, ESX/ESXi 4.x is known to cause serious problems when monitored through a current version of v Center.
To do this, you must create a file with contents similar to the following.
To view these results, choose a cluster from combo box on the top, and cached results will be provided.
When a test is selected, details will be available on the bottom part of the screen.
To run the health checks and update the results immediately, click the “Retest” button.
For v SAN Clusters and VMs located in them, there is a screen with information about v SAN objects related to component.