An Eventis a data object type that contains information about state changes of managed entities and other objects on the server. Events include user actions and system actions that occur on datacenters, datastores, clusters, hosts, resource pools, virtual machines, networks, and distributed virtual switches.
Monitoring Events, Alarms, and Automated Actions 122 View Events 124 View System Logs 124 Export Events Data 124 Streaming Events to a Remote Syslog Server 125 Redirect vCenter Server Appliance Log Files to Another Machine 126 Configure Streaming of Events to a Remote Syslog Server 127 Retention of Events in the vCenter Server Database 127.
This article describes how to troubleshoot issues that occur when you add a Hyper-V host in System Center 2012 and later versions of Virtual Machine Manager. Note The following errors are typically logged in the VMM Console when an “Add virtual machine host” job fails.Click Virtual Machines in the VMware Host Client inventory. Click a virtual machine from the list. Expand the virtual machine in the VMware Host Client inventory and click Monitor. Click Events.Events start in this log when the logon begins and only apply to a single user session. A summary written at the end of the log provides an overview of the most important metrics. Check this log to troubleshoot slow logons. When the logon is complete, no further events are written to the session log.
The computer hosts a virtual machine (VM) that is running Windows Server 2003. The VM is running under a heavy load. In this scenario, the network connection of the VM is lost and then resumes. The length of time in which there is no network connection may last from several seconds to several minutes.Read More
You can filter retrieved events by specifying arguments for the cmdlet parameters. Filters are additive. For example, when you specify the Entity, Start, and Finish parameters, Get-VIEvent filters events both by the entity and the timestamp properties. To specify a server different from the default one, use the Server parameter. Parameters.Read More
As the second task in the scenario, you configure a Linux VM to receive all event logs in the vRealize Log Insight Server. You can then explore the events in the vRealize Log Insight dashboards. Configure a Linux Virtual Machine to Forward Events to vRealize Log Insight in Region A.Read More
Important: Remote Desktop Connection and the Terminal Server Web Client use port 3389, by default, to connect to a Terminal Server. If you change the RDP port on the Terminal Server, you will need to modify the port used by Remote Desktop Connection and the Terminal Server Web Client.Read More
To help troubleshoot this problem, enable CAPI2 event logs on both the client and server computers. This command is shown in the following screen shot. Workaround for Symptom 3: You cannot completely disconnect a Remote Desktop server connection.Read More
Click Monitor in the VMware Host Client inventory and click Events. (Optional) Select an event to see event details. (Optional) Use the filter controls above the list to filter the list. (Optional) Click a column heading to sort the list.Read More
The isolation and sandbox capabilities of VMware Workstation Player make it the perfect tool to help you learn about operating systems, applications and how they work. Being able to run a server environment on a desktop PC also allows you to explore software and application development in a “real world” environment without interfering with the host desktop.Read More
The VM is hosted on a physical server that is running inside an Azure datacenter. The physical server runs an agent called the Host Agent in addition to a few other Azure components. When these Azure software components on the physical server become unresponsive, the monitoring system triggers a reboot of the host server to attempt recovery.Read More
Your computer can't connect to the remote computer because the RD Gateway server that you are trying to connect to is not allowed by your computer administrator. If you are the administrator, add this Remote Desktop Gateway server name to the trusted Remote Desktop Gateway server list on your computer and then try connecting again.Read More
Events, tasks, and alerts are structured data with specific meaning. You can configure vRealize Log Insight to collect alarms, events, and tasks data from one or more vCenter Server systems. You use the Administration UI to configure vRealize Log Insight to connect to vCenter Server systems. The information is pulled from the vCenter Server systems by using the vSphere Web Services API and.Read More