- Red Hat Satellite 6
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- VMware ESX
- How to
filter VMware clustersinstead of hosts/hypervisors in
- How to make sure that only the required clusters are reporting to satellite 6 using virt-who?
- How to
ESX clustersfrom getting reported to Satellite 6 when using virt-who?
Edit the configuration file and add the paramters:
# vi /etc/virt-who.d/config.conf [config] type=hypervisor_type server=vcenter/esx_host username=vcenter/esx_username owner=owner env=Library filter_host_parents=domain-xx,domain-yy OR exclude_host_parents=domain-zz,domain-xx
NOTE: Use either
filter_host_parents => Clusters to be reported.
exclude_host_parents => Clusters not to be reported.
Supported Hypervisor Environment:
PowerCLI command to find the Cluster Names in Vmware:
> Get-Cluster Name HAEnabled HAFailover DrsEnabled DrsAutomationLevel Level ---- --------- ---------- ---------- ------------------ Cluster-ESXA-00X False 1 True FullyAutomated Cluster-ESXB-00X True 1 True FullyAutomated
PowerCLI command to find the Cluster ID in Vmware:
> Get-Cluster "ClusterName" | Select ID
ClusterNamewith the actual ClusterName and execute the query:
For example:- > Get-Cluster "Cluster-ESXA-00X" | Select ID
For more KB articles/solutions related to Virt-who and Virtual Datacenter (VDC) Subscriptions Issues, please refer to the Consolidated Troubleshooting Article for Virt-who and Virtual Datacenter (VDC) Subscriptions Issues
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