ESX Availability Report using PowerCLI

Today I bumped in to something really worth knowing. A detailed ESXI availability report like this:

AvailabilityReport

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All collected by this simple piece of command:

Get-Log <ESX_NAME> -key vmksummary  | select -expand entries

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4 thoughts on “ESX Availability Report using PowerCLI”

    1. Hi Alberto
      I´m using ESXi 5.1 and what i have found is that vmksummary dont work in 5.1?!
      Power CLI is 5.5

      //Johan

      1. Try with : “get-logtype ” and check which keys are available.
        You are right, looks like not all versions has this key. I guess this post is a bit useless 🙂 until I could find out what is going on…

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