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Spotlight on Oracle 10.9 - Getting Started Guide

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Virtual Machines Page (ESX Server)

Use the Virtual Machines page to see all virtual machines on the same host as the selected connection.

To open the Virtual Machines Page

  1. Select the Spotlight on Oracle connection in the Spotlight Browser.
  2. Click Virtualization | Virtual Machines.

Grid on the Virtual Machines Page

Column Description


The name of the virtual machine.


Power state of the virtual machine. Green indicates powered on. Red indicates powered off.


Name of the physical machine that hosts the virtual machine.

Host CPU - MHz

Amount of CPU the virtual machine is using on the host. The bar charts are indicative of the comparative use of CPU by each virtual machine on the host.

Virtual CPUs

Number of CPU the virtual machine can use as per how it has been configured.

Host Memory - MB

Quantity of memory the host is giving to the virtual machine as a proportion of the memory the host has allocated to the virtual machine.

Configured Memory - MB

Quantity of memory the virtual machine can use as per how it has been configured.

Guest Memory - MB

Quantity of memory the virtual machine is using.


Condition of the virtual machine as per ESX alarms. Green indicates that no ESX alarms have been raised. Yellow and red indicate that ESX has raised an alarm.

Note: There is no connection between the Status column and Spotlight on Oracle alarms. The source of the Status column is ESX alarms, not Spotlight on Oracle alarms.


Click to see the Spotlight on Oracle home page for the selected connection.


Specifications for the Oracle database.


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