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vcenter performance chart network has no data

Posted on 2011-09-07
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ESXi 4.1 on IBM metal with vCenter on a Server08 R2/SQLEE VM hosted on one of the hosts.

My vcenter --> host --> performance --> overview --> network chart show 0kbps constantly.  If I go into the Advanced mode, I see traffic on the NIC's.

The same is true with the Memory (MBps) chart.  The other charts all have data.

I saw a post talking about altering the vcenter db to change the field type on some history tables and recreating a couple of views - I did that and have waited a day with no changes in those 2 charts.

Any thoughts?
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Have you applied the Update 1 package for ESXi 4.1 (and all later patches)? There was a thread about this exact issue on the VMTN a while back, some found that appling U1 fixed the issue.

http://communities.vmware.com/thread/292580?start=15&tstart=0
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Applied the update - no change in the chart.  Sorry for the delay.  
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Never found solution...still not working on several installations.
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