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Is there a particular list of common alarms that anyone can suggest to monitor on a vCenter 5 enviroment running 3 ESXi hosts. Just looking to see if there are common alarms that you can suggest that I should send notifications via email. I have some setup just seeing if there are more popular ones to monitor.
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nothing special. pretty much the same things like for old ESXi hosts.
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I started using ESXi5 so what would the alarms be for older ESXi hosts?
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