PowerCLI Script to capture Cluster Utilization with Performance Averages (v2)

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Hi,

 

Id like to take the script used for quickly analyzing and exporting cluster utilization data to include historical average as well using Get-Stat as recommended by LucD.  I’ve modified the final script version from the previous thread located https://communities.vmware.com/thread/596563 to the following:

 

$hosts = “192.168.0.1”

 

 

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if($global:defaultviservers){

    Disconnect-VIServer -Server $global:defaultviservers -Force -Confirm:$false

}

 

 

$output = foreach($vc in $hosts){

    Write-Host “Getting Cluster Information from $vc”

    Connect-VIServer -Server $vc | Out-Null

    Get-Cluster -Server $vc | where{$_.ExtensionData.Host.Count -ne 0} | ForEach-Object -Process {

        Write-Host “Looking at cluster $($_.Name)”

        #$ds = Get-Datastore -RelatedObject $_ | where{$_.ExtensionData.Summary.MultipleHostAccess}

        $esx = Get-VMHost -Location $_

        $vm = Get-VM -Location $_ | where{$_.PowerState -eq “PoweredOn”}

        $cpuTot = ($esx | Measure-Object -Property CpuTotalMhz -Sum).Sum

        $cpuUse = ($esx | Measure-Object -Property CpuUsageMhz -Sum).Sum

        $memTot = ($esx | Measure-Object -Property MemoryTotalGB -Sum).Sum

        $memUse = ($esx | Measure-Object -Property MemoryUsageGB -Sum).Sum

        $obj = [ordered]@{

            #vCenter = $global:defaultviserver.Name

            Cluster = $_.Name

            ‘Total CPU Ghz’ = [math]::Round($cpuTot/1000,0)

            ‘CPU Usage’ = “{0:P0}” -f ($cpuUse/$cpuTot)

            ‘CPU Free’ = “{0:P0}” -f (($cpuTot – $cpuUse)/$cpuTot)

            ‘Total RAM GB’ = [math]::Round($memTot,0)

            ‘RAM Usage’ = “{0:P0}” -f ($memUse/$memTot)

            ‘RAM Free GB’ = “{0:P0}” -f (($memTot – $memUse)/$memTot)

            #’Total Capacity GB’ = [math]::Round(($ds.CapacityGB | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum,0)

            #’Used Capacity GB’ = [math]::Round(($ds | %{$_.CapacityGB – $_.FreeSpaceGB} | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum,0)

            #’Free Capacity GB’ = [math]::Round(($ds.FreeSpaceGB | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum,0)

            ‘N° Hosts’ = $_.ExtensionData.Host.Count

            ‘N°VMs’ = &{

                $esxVM = Get-View -Id $_.ExtensionData.Host -Property VM

                $vm = @()

                if($esxVM.VM){

                    $vm = Get-View -Id $esxVM.VM -Property Summary.Config.Template |

                    where{-not $_.Summary.Config.Template}

                }

                $vm.Count

                }

            ‘vCPU’ = ($vm.NumCpu | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum

            ‘pCPU’ = ($esx.NumCpu | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum

            ‘vCPU/pCPU’ = “{0:P0}” -f (($vm.NumCpu | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum / ($esx.NumCpu | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum)

            ‘vMem’ = [math]::Round(($vm.MemoryGB | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum)

            ‘pMem’ = [math]::Round(($esx.MemoryTotalGB | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum)

            ‘vMem/pMem’ = “{0:P0}” -f (($vm.MemoryGB | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum / ($esx.MemoryTotalGB | Measure-Object -Sum).Sum)

        }

        New-Object PSObject -Property $obj

   }

   Disconnect-VIServer $vc -confirm:$false

}

 

 

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I’ve commented out various storage related items, and added columns for the vCPU, pCPU, vMem, and pMem components, as well as changed the original script to only count poweredOn VMs where relevant.  Is it possible to change CPU usage and RAM usage to display the clusters overall average usage for 7 days or even a month? Can anyone think of a way to subtract the largest host from the values calculated for pCPU?

 

Thanks in advance,

carias593

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