The digest contains the following:
|Environment Summary||As of 1 Feb||Weekly Change|
|Observers Online||3||0 —|
|Observers Offline||0||0 —|
|Powered on||3086||3 ▲|
|Powered off||979||2 ▼|
|Avg. VMs (on) / Host (on)||30.7||0.4 ▼|
|Total Storage||1805.09 TB||< 0.01 TB ▲|
|Free Storage||1477.48 TB||2.02 TB ▲|
|Events: 25 Jan – 1 Feb|
|VMs with Config Changes||90|
Issues: As of 1 Feb
We found 5 critical issues from VMware and top datacenter vendor knowledge base articles that are highly relevant to your vSphere installation.
1 virtual machine(s) have snapshots using more than 75% of the disk space used by all their respective virtual disks.
4 host(s) are running unsupported VMware ESXi versions.
3 host servers are not supported by VMware.
26 VM(s) have experienced performance degradation due to datastore contention in last 24 hours.
2 datastore(s) are in inaccessible state.
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