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vCenter Performance Chart and Object Number

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Running vSphere 5.1. When I look at the vCenter advanced performance charts for a given host it displays performance data by inventory object number in the CPU graph. How do I relate the inventory object number to a specific VM?
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by:Abhilash
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If you need it for a specific VM. Please select the VM and then go to performance charts. That will show you the Usage percentage for that particular VM.
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by:steve352
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Abhilash,

  I understand what you're saying but I would like to look at the hosts CPU graph and know that object #20 is VMa, object #4 is VMb, etc. Thought there might be some easy way to relate object number to VM.

Steve
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Found some 3rd party monitoring tools that made this much easier.
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Took longer than expected.
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