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PowerCLI: Getting datastore alarms

Next in the series on getting alarms is getting datastore alarms. Again, the code is pretty similar: $Datastores = Get-View -ViewType Datastore -Property Name,OverallStatus,TriggeredAlarmstate $FaultyDatastores = $Datastores | Where-Object {$_.TriggeredAlarmState -ne "{}"}   $progress = 1 $report = @() if … Continue reading

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PowerCLI: Getting cluster alarms

The next step in my short series on getting vCenter alarms using PowerCLI is to get cluster alarms. Here’s the code: $Clusters = Get-View -ViewType ComputeResource -Property Name,OverallStatus,TriggeredAlarmstate $FaultyClusters = $Clusters | Where-Object {$_.TriggeredAlarmState -ne "{}"} $report = @() $progress … Continue reading

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PowerCLI: Getting host alarms

Yesterday I wrote a post about getting vm alarms through PowerCLI. Today it’s time for getting host alarms The code is very similar to the one for getting vm alarms, since they both use get-view to grab all info: $VMHosts … Continue reading

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PowerCLI: Getting vm alarms

A few weeks ago I started to put together a health check script for our vmware environments and the first thing I wanted to have in that report is a list of triggered alarms. To my surprise there was no … Continue reading

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