Check-Manual von hyperv_vms
|Hyper-V Server: State of VMs|
|Distribution||offizieller Teil von Check_MK|
This checks queries a Microsoft Hyper-V Server via an agent plugin (hyperv_vms.ps1) and checks the current state of the VM. The state is then mapped to a monitoring state. The default mapping is: FastSaved => OK FastSavedCritical => CRIT FastSaving => OK FastSavingCritical => CRIT Off => WARN OffCritical => CRIT Other => UNKNOWN Paused => OK PausedCritical => CRIT Pausing => OK PausingCritical => CRIT Reset => WARN ResetCritical => CRIT Resuming => OK ResumingCritical => CRIT Running => OK RunningCritical => CRIT Saved => OK SavedCritical => CRIT Saving => OK SavingCritical => CRIT Starting => OK StartingCritical => CRIT Stopping => WARN StoppingCritical => CRIT This mapping can be configured using the rule "State of Microsoft Hyper-V Server VMs". Furthermore, the check can also be configured to compare the current state of the VM against the state at the point in time when the service was discovered. In this case, the service will go to CRIT if the two states do not match. Note that if the check is executed as a manual check, this option can still be used, however, the resulting monitoring state will always be UNKN in this case, since there is no discovered state available to compare against.
Name of the virtual machine
One service is created for each system.