Mise à jour vCheck 6.10

Hier soir, Alan Renouf a publié la dernière version du script vCheck, aka la version 6.10

Cela faisait un moment qu’on bossait dessus, afin de lui faire des retours/remontée de bug/améliorations, et vu la mouture 6.10, beaucoup de choses ont été reprises, ça fait plaisir !

Voici le changelog pour la branche 6.# :

  • 6.10 – Fixed multiple spelling mistakes and small plugin issues
  • 6.9 – Fixed VMKernel logs but had to remove date/Time parser due to inconsistent VMKernel Log entries
  • 6.8 – Added Creator of snapshots back in due to popular demand
  • 6.7 – Added Multiple plugins from contributors – Thanks!
  • 6.6 – Tech Support Mode Plugin fixed to work with 5.0 hosts
  • 6.5 – HW Version plugin fixed due to string output
  • 6.4 – Added a 00 plugin and VeryLastPlugin for vCenter connection info to separate the report entirely from VMware if needed.
  • 6.3 – Changed the format of each Plugin so you can include a count for each header and altered plugin layout for each plugin.
  • 6.2 – Added Time to Run section based on TimeToBuild by Frederic Martin
  • 6.1 – Bug fixes, filter for ps1 files only in the plugins folder so other files can be kept in the plugins folder.

Le script vCheck est toujours disponibles ici : http://www.virtu-al.net/featured-scripts/vcheck/, le repository de plugin lui étant disponible ici : http://www.virtu-al.net/featured-scripts/vcheck/vcheck-plugins/

Dans la liste des plugins disponibles, voici ceux que l’on a réalisés avec hypervisor.fr ou pour lesquels on a contribué (principalement ceux qui avaient été réalisé en v5, voir le billet : vCheck v5++):

General Information

Description: General details on the infrastructure
Author: Alan Renouf, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Snapshot Information

Description: VMware snapshots which are kept for a long period of time may cause issues, filling up datastores and also may impact performance of the virtual machine.
Author: Alan Renouf, Raphael Schitz
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Hosts Dead Lun Path

Description: Dead LUN Paths may cause issues with storage performance or be an indication of loss of redundancy
Author: Alan Renouf, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

VMs Ballooning or Swapping

Description: Ballooning and swapping may indicate a lack of memory or a limit on a VM, this may be an indication of not enough memory in a host or a limit held on a VM, further information is available here.
Author: Alan Renouf, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Number of VMs per Datastore

Description: The Maximum number of VMs per datastore is 256, the following VMs are above the defined $NumVMsPerDatastore and may cause performance issues
Author: Alan Renouf, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Hardware status warnings/errors

Description: Details can be found in the Hardware Status tab
Author: Raphael Schitz
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Guests with wrong OS

Description: The following virtual machines contain operating systems other than the ones selected in the VM configuration.
Author: Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Guest OS Pivot table

Description: List of Guest OS sum
Author: Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Unwanted virtual hardware found

Description: Certain kinds of hardware are unwanted on virtual machines as they may cause unnecessary vMotion constraints.
Author: Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
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Snapshot removed

Description:
Author: Raphael Schitz, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
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Snapshots Oversize

Description:
Author: Raphael Schitz
Version 1.1
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Snapshot created

Description:
Author: Raphael Schitz, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
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Mis-named virtual machines

Description: The following guest names do not match the name inside of the guest.
Author: Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
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Host Build versions in use

Description: The following host builds are in use in this vCenter
Author: Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Disk Max Total Latency

Description: Check vm per LUN dispatch and esxtop for very high values over $diskmaxtotallatency
Author: Raphael Schitz, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Datastores in Maintenance Mode

Description: Datastore held in Maintenance mode will not be hosting any virtual machine, check the below Datastore are in an expected state
Author: Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Cluster Node version

Description: Display per cluster nodes version if unique or mismatch
Author: Raphael Schitz, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Capacity Planning

Description: The following gives brief capacity information for each cluster based on average CPU/Mem usage and counting for HA failover requirements
Author: Raphael Schitz, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Plugins not up to date or not installed

Description: The following Plugins are not up to date or not installed
Author: Alan Renouf, Jake Robinson, Frederic Martin
Version 1.1
Download Download here and save in your plugins folder

Pour activer ces plugins, vous avez juste à les mettre dans le dossier Plugin du script vCheck, et ils seront automatiquement activés.

Pour le coup, on a aussi réalisé un en-tête custom qui nous plait bien (et qui en plus est aux couleurs d’ESXi).

Pour que ça rende bien, il suffit de le mettre à la racine du script vCheck.ps1 en le nommant Header.jpg et de renseigner les couleurs suivantes dans la configuration du script GlobalVariables.ps1 :

# Use the following area to define the title color
$Colour1 = "555555"

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