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Whether HPUD will discover VMWare Hosts hardawre version ?

Hi,

 

  Whether HP UD (10.10) has the capability to discover the Vmware Hosts hardware version ?

 

Eg : V5or V7 etc .

 

CI : VmwareHostResource

 

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Re: Whether HPUD will discover VMWare Hosts hardawre version ?

Hi Raj,

I'm not sure how VMware hardware host related to examples of V5/V7. But, since VMware ESX OS is modified RedHat Enterprise, you could run regular Host Resorces and Application by Shell there. With results regular for any other Linux OS.

I'll be more precise if you elaborate more.

 

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-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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Re: Whether HPUD will discover VMWare Hosts hardawre version ?

Thanks Dima for the reply.

 

I'm getting the ESX (Application version) and the Server hardware version like HP Proliant,Del etc. But for VM's the virtual host having a version number (something like V4,V5 --V10) .When i checked with the VMWare tech expert ,i understood the version will be associated with the HPUD CI -VMware Host Resource (Display label).There i'm getting CPU shares,Memory shares & Tools status.

 

Attached a screenshot of the VMware Host Resource (Display label).

 

Thanks,

Raj

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