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find servers build date

Posted on 2013-06-11
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Hi,

I would like to be able to export a list of our servers ( 300 servers, different os: Windows, Linux & vmware) with their buid date... (?)
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Esteban Blanco earned 1500 total points
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Try this query:
select CREATE_TIME, USERNAME, VM_NAME, HOST_NAME, DATACENTER_NAME

          from VPX_EVENT

          Where EVENT_TYPE = 'vim.event.VmCreatedEvent' OR EVENT_TYPE = 'vim.event.VMClonedEvent' AND CREATE_TIME > 'xxxx-xx-xx'
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you could try and download RV Tools from

http://www.robware.net/
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by:rmailloux
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Hi,

Sorry, i was on vacation.
The first answer cannot be applied to many kind of server....( only on hosted servers)...
The second one ( RV tools ) is not the kind of solution that we would like to use.

Sorry
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