Virtualization Manager Reports > VM Detail
Version 9.1.01
VM Detail
Detail reports are related to a specific enterprise object, such as a backup job or SAN fabric. You can only access detail reports through a link presented in the context of a main report, providing additional information that augments the main report. Detail reports cannot be generated, customized, or saved, as they are specific to the report from which they were derived. Therefore, they will not be available in search results.
Use Quick Search to find the main template, report or a dashboard by name. Search is case insensitive, supports partial entries, and will display a list of potential matches.
As you enter the template, dashboard or report name in the Quick Search field, up to 10 potential matches are displayed. If the result is shown, you can select and run it directly from the match list. You can also select All Items to display the full search results page and further filter your results.
You can use the Explorer to browse through the StorageConsole templates, dashboards and reports. The navigation pane displays templates organized by products along with user created, and system folders. The main report is located here:
Click the Name link.
Summary Data
Name of the virtual machine
Host Name
Hostname of the guest; value is displayed only if VMTools is installed
IP Address
IP address of the Virtual Machine; value is displayed only if VMTools is installed
VM Server
Links to the VM Server Detail report
VM Size
Amount of storage the VM takes up
VMware Tools
Indicates if the VMware tools have been installed for the guest operating system
Tools Version
Version of the VMware tools that are running on the guest operating system
Connection State
None, Powered Off, Powered On, or Suspended
Power State
None, Powered Off, Powered On, or Suspended
Gray=Status Unknown, Green=Normal, Yellow=Warning, Red=Alert, definite problem
Boot Time
The VM’s power-on time
Suspend Time
The time when the VM was put in a suspended state
The datastore to which the VM belongs
Links to the Datastore Detail report
Resource Pool
The resource pool (compartment) to which the VM belongs
Last Update Date
The last time the VM configuration was updated
Current Snapshot
Path and name of the current snapshot
VM Path Name
The file path in datastore format, for example:
[storage] win2k/testing/bue11dtesting.vmx
System OS
Guest operating system running on the VM
The annotation field of the VM
Performance Over Time
NOTE: The default StorageConsole polling interval is set to every 5 hours, however, this can be customized.
The CPU average and maximum usage to date.
The Memory average and maximum usage to date.
VM Size Over Time
Displays the average and maximum VM storage usage to date.
This table lists the local disks seen by the virtual machine, such as C:\, D:\.
For a description of the fields in this table, see Logical Disk Utilization.
This table provides the details for the physical disks in the VM.
Disk Label
The label of the physical disk
Disk Type
RDISK = raw, physical disk; Capacity will be N/A for RDISKs
VDISK = virtual disk
The storage potential of the virtual disk
The datastore to which the virtual disk belongs
The LUN on which the virtual disk’s storage is located
Array in which the disk resides
1 = Persistent - immediate, permanent changes
2 = Non-persistent - changes do not persist once VM is powered off
3 = Undoable - user determines how and when changes are saved
4 = Append - changes appended to a log when VM is powered off
A tree structure represents the Snapshots for this VM.
Host Details by Vendor Product
Hosts can be collected by any number of vendor products (subsystems), such as VMware, Symantec NetBackup, and EMC Symmetrix. This table lists the details that have been collected by a vendor product so that you can validate the collected details.
Display Name
Name that is displayed in reports.
Host Name
Name of the host as it was collected by the vendor product.
IP Address
IP address of the host.
Product Group
The APTARE StorageConsole group, such as Capacity Manager, for which the host data was collected.
A specific vendor product (subsystem) from which host data was collected; for example, VMware.
Date Created
The date and time the host was created in the StorageConsole database.
Last Updated
The date and time the host data was updated in the StorageConsole database.
OS Platform
Operating system of the host, as collected from this vendor product; for example, Windows Server 2008 R2.
OS Version
The host’s specific operating system version, as collected from this vendor product; for example, 6.01.
The host’s make, as collected from this vendor product; for example,Windows-x64.
The host’s model, as collected from this vendor product; for example, PowerEdge 2950.
Backup Server Type
The host’s role in a backup relationship, client or server.