PRTG: Hyper-V Statistics CPU and RAM Resource Allocation

This script creates a sensor in PRTG that displays the allocation of physical resources to virtual machines.

Scripts can be used to monitor a standalone / clustered Hyper-V host and / or cluster.

Canals :

  • VM Count : number of virtual machines
  • CPU allocated (%) : percentage of logical CPUs allocated to VMs.
  • CPU assigned : number of CPUs assigned to the VMs.
  • CPU available : total number of CPUs available.
  • Memories allocated (%) : percentage of memory allocated to VMs.
  • Memories assigned : amount of memory assigned to the VMs.
  • Memories available : amount of memory available.
  • Node count (cluster) : number of nodes in the Hyper-V cluster.

The memory % memory alert on a cluster is calculated to tolerate the loss of a node.

  • for 2 servers: 50%
  • for 3 servers: 66%
  • for 4 servers: 75%

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PRTG-HyperV-Stats



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