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Unable to find "Granted Memory" Counter for Cluster memory when going to Cluster performance and specifying Memory

current available counters =
= Usage
= Overhead
= Consumed
= Balloon
=Total

its for Memory usage report over a month on the Cluster
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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What you are observing is correct, and no different to our installations!

Switch to an individual machine performance counters, and you will find the Granted Memory Counter.

If you compare Resource Allocation of a Cluster versus a Virtual Machine, you will see a difference between the counters available.

Granted Counter is shown for a virtual machine object.
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