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This rule monitors for virtual machines that have a memory limit that is lower than their memory allocation, which could result in poor performance on the virtual machine.
The virtual machine has a memory limit that is higher than its memory allocation.
The virtual machine has a memory limit that is lower than its memory allocation.
This rule monitors for the swapping in and out of virtual machine memory.
The virtual machine has not moved any of its memory from its physical pages to the VMware swap file within the ESX Server.
The virtual machine has moved some of its memory from its physical pages to the VMware swap file within the ESX Server. This may adversely affect the virtual machine’s performance.
The virtual machine is actively using memory that it has moved to the VMware swap file. This will adversely affect the virtual machine’s performance.
This rule monitors for high memory utilization for a virtual machine.
The memory utilization is less than 85 percent.
The memory utilization is equal to or greater than 85 percent and less than 90 percent.
The memory utilization is equal to or greater than 90 percent and less than 93 percent.
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The memory utilization is equal to or greater than 93 percent.
This rule monitors for spikes and dramatic drops in network IO for a virtual machine.
The network usage is no more than 2.2 standard deviations (NumSTDevs) from the mean network usage.
The network usage is more than 2.2 but no more than 2.8 standard deviations from the mean network usage.
The network usage is more than 2.8 standard deviations from the mean network usage.
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