19. Monitoring Virtual Machines Performance

In this Lab you will learn how to monitor CPU utilization by using vSphere web client, and how to undo changes made to the virtual machines and create a CPU activity.

Before i move forward i should say i completed this lab through VMware vSphere Client . because i was unable to check the performance tab from the vSphere Web Client. and the  same steps will be followed on web client as well.

To monitor the virtual machine performance you have to create a your cpu busy.

To make your virtual machine busy you have right click on your cpubusy.vbs and open it from the command line.


to monitor the Performance you would have to click on the monitor tab and click on the performance tab and you can monitor the performance. check if the time span is on real-time if not click the drop-down menu and select it.





After all the lab exercises are completed go to edit settings click the virtual hardware lab click on CPU  change the affinity value to 0 again and click ok.

when the above steps are completed you have successfully finished you lab 19.


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