In this video, Russ Long demonstrates how to track the performance for both our DRS compute and our Storage DRS clusters. Learn how to monitor the performance of your cluster.
- [Instructor] In this lab we're going to do a quick overview…on how to monitor the statistics of your cluster itself.…So let's go ahead and click on Hosts and Clusters here.…Now as you can see we are…selecting the DRS Cluster on the left.…We will select Monitor up here at the top…and then Performance.…Let's go ahead and start with Overview.…Now this gives us an overall view…of the cluster itself and how it is performed.…As you can see we're viewing the home…and the range is 1 Day.…
So let's go ahead and expand this out to 1 Week.…Now we can see the summary for the DRS Cluster…how it is performed in the week.…Now this is my lab environment…so we're not going to see a lot of variation…on the total gigahertz consumed.…If I jump back to the Summary page real quick…remember this is based on the cluster as a whole.…We've amalgamated all the hosts…and we're taking the entirety of the CPU processes…which is 22.3 gigahertz total…and you can see we have a free amount of 22.19 gigahertz.…
But when we go back to Monitor and Performance…
- An overview of DRS
- Migrating virtual machines and thresholds
- Configuring DRS
- Creating and editing clusters
- Working with Storage DRS cluster features
- Managing DRS cluster resources
- Enabling Distributed Power Management
- Troubleshooting DRS
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. DRS Overview
2. Inner Workings of DRS
3. Configuration of DRS
4. Managing DRS Cluster Resources
5. Distributed Power Management
6. Troubleshooting DRS
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