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Can esxtop be used to view a VMs metrics on a certain day, instead of real time? If
so what are the commands to do it. Thanks
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I looked at that link before, but it doesn't specify that you can look at metrics say from 2 days ago or maybe a week. It just shows you can change the update time but not view older info.
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so no then
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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I'm afraid it's realtime.

checkout my EE Article for other free ideas, which can record your metrics, eg. Veeam One for Free.

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