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esxtop not showing all VM's NIC in use

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Hi - hope hancock is free? :)

esxtop with n key used lists the PNICs in use by "most" of the servers on the esxi 5.1 host

however 2 or 3 servers which i know are running on the host - do not display a vmnic in the PNIC column. - the servers are not listed at all ? - anyone have idea why? - thankyou

guest os of these vms in 2012 - but 1s that are showing run this same os anyway!
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sorry - solved myself - Sigh - my fault window size
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my eerror
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Yes, here!!!

PEBKAC!
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