troubleshooting Question

virtual machine cpu usage changed red to green

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YashyFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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hi guys

One of our Vm's is a windows 2003 server. It has SAP on it.

We were able to log onto it, however when we did we were unable to use any of the services on there.

A hard reboot sorted that.

However, after looking at the vcenter events for this server I saw a few: 'virtual machine CPU usage changed from green to red'...and then later 'from red to green'.

Can such a message be due to a lack of vCPU's allocated to this machine? (it doesn't use a lot though).

many thanks
Yashy
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