vSphere Web Client 5.1

Posted on 2013-10-04
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Last Modified: 2013-10-08
In vSphere Client, when you select the cluster, on the right side you have a Hosts tab. It's really helpful because it allows you to see your hosts' memory. Since we don't use DRS we can make a decision if we need to vMotion some VMs to better balance memory utilization on each host.

Where is this screen in vSphere Web Client?
Question by:pzozulka
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coolsport00 earned 1000 total points
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An overview of Host resources for each host in the cluster "WHL". Not sure what else you're looking for as an answer...


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dipopo earned 1000 total points
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On the web client you have to select Hosts, then highlight each host.

Else use alarms to get alerted to resource utilization.


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