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Quick Tip - vCenter Server advanced settings for vSphere 5.5 & 6.0 04/01/2015 by William Lam 2 Comments This was a question that was recently asked in an internal thread regarding the list of available advanced settings in vCenter Server.

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This cmdlet adds an alarm trigger to the existing alarm or creates a new alarm trigger. The newly added or created triggers could be Event, Metric, and State. The cmdlet returns the added or created trigger. To specify a server that is different from the default one, use the Server parameter.

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Jun 15, 2011 · The following action get all VMs that triggered alarms from any vCenter vCO is managing with filtering on Alarms names, acknowledged state, start time, status (warning, alert). If you ever wanted to start a workflow based on a VM triggering an alarm in vCenter the solution is a few click away.

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Aug 30, 2018 · When using the vSphere APIs/SDK, both vCenter Server instances may exist in separate vSphere Single Sign-On domains. Additional parameters are required when performing a non-federated cross vCenter Server vMotion. The Move-VM cmdlet as of PowerCLI 6.5 supports both federated and non-federated Cross vCenter Server vMotion.

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Problem Setting up a simple vSphere 6.5 environment, using percentage-based HA we have been seeing the following Configuration Issue flag on the cluster . Insufficient configured resources to satisfy the desired vSphere HA failover level on the cluster … You can see the alarms have Acknowledge/Reset options, this is a Configuration Issue message instead. I have […]

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2 days ago · vCenter 6.7 Upgrade process to vCenter Server 7.0 Update 2 vCenter 6.7 Upgrade process to vCenter Server… In this process we will be upgrading vCenter server 6.7 Update 3a to vCenter server 7.0 update 2a. When upgrading major versions of… Read More vCenter 6.7 Upgrade process to vCenter Server…

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The preceding command displays all the virtual machines that have names starting with "b" or "c". You can also specify a range of characters, as shown in the following command: PowerCLI C:\> Get-VM -Name * [0-4] Copy. The preceding command lists all the virtual machines that have names ending with 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4.

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Oct 02, 2009 · When triggered, vCenter Server alarm actions allow several options, including the ability to run an arbitrary command such as a VMware PowerCLI PowerShell script. Please see Carter Shanklin’s in-depth article for more details on how this works — note that he uses a different technique to launch the scripts. Storage VMotion to the Rescue

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Open PowerCLI; Navigate to the location where you saved your script and run the script from there; You will get a few prompts, just hit Y [default] At this point you should see all the vCenter alarms copied to your target vCenter server.

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Jun 24, 2020 · VC_ALARM_NAME: This is the alarm name for this function, do not change unless you have created a custom alarm. DATASTORE_NAMES: This is an array of datastore names for the function to trigger against. If the datastore is not in this list, it will not be automatically expanded.

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I needed to migrate some Email Alarm Actions between two vCenters; the target at version 5.1 being a replacement for an existing 5.0 vCenter. The first task was to identify which Alarm Definitions had been configured with an email alert. To do that I used the following PowerCLI command to export them to a CSV file:

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Jul 30, 2014 · You get vCheck-vSphere from here:’s vCheck. Unzip the vCheck-vSphere package to your PowerShell scripts directory on your vCenter server. Open PowerCLI and change directory to vCheck. You configure vCheck by typing “.\vCheck.ps1 -config” and answering the prompts.

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Mar 15, 2018 · For some users this works and they are easily able to configure SMTP. However, some environments may have centralized monitoring & notifications and users would like to receive these out of vCenter. Fortunately, we have a solution! Within VMware environments with Zerto there are pre-configured alarms in vCenter as part of the ZVR install process.

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Mar 29, 2013 · Another post triggered by a question in the VMTN PowerCLI community. The user wanted to know how he could create a report that showed for which vSphere entities the alarm actions were disabled. To set the stage, a short overview of what this is all about.

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Alarms in vCenter are like NTFS permissions in Windows, they propagate. The alarms defined at a top-level will propagate to all the hosts, folders and VMs bellow. Just click one of your VMs then go to the Alarms tab, and you will see a bunch of them propagated here. You might wonder where are the rest of them that I saw at the vCenter level.

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Dec 01, 2016 · Author Mike Bombard Posted on December 1, 2016 December 1, 2016 Categories PowerCLI Scripts Tags PowerCLI, vCenter, vCenter Alarms, vCenter Events, vSphere API Leave a comment on Trigger an Event in vCenter with PowerCLI Report on all Folders and Related Permissions in vCenter

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Get-VMHost hostname | Get-AlarmDefinition # Returns all alarms that apply to the host “hostname”. Includes alarms defined on this host and alarms inherited from the parent entity, or from any ancestors in the inventory hierarchy. Modify an alarm definition: Get-AlarmDefinition "Host memory status" |

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VMware vSphere PowerCLI is a powerful command-line tool to automate all aspects of a VMware vSphere environment. PowerCLI is built on top of the popular Windows PowerShell, with which you can automate server tasks and reduce manual input, allowing you to focus on more important tasks.

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