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Clarification of cluster probabilities and hyperv

Question asked by SandroAlves on Dec 15, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 10, 2017 by Britta_Hoffner

UIM friends, good afternoon.


I'm setting up an environment with Hyperv 2008 in Cluster, where the servers have no robot.


I have some doubts:


1 - The Hyperv probe does not support clustered environment, but I can use it to monitor the VMs. What will happen when a VM is moved by a node, I will receive some alarm, probably, right?


2 - The probe cluster, sees my cluster hyperv and lists all nodes and my VMs. However, I honestly do not know what to configure in the options (profiles, shared sessions). I could not understand the logic of this probe, besides generating alarms when the virtual machine is moved, or turned off and on. And I understand that the configurations require probes on the host and virtual servers?


What is the best way to monitor virtual servers in hyperv with cluster?

Thank you.