Top Noisy Hyper-V objects

The report analyzes alerting activity and provides information on virtual infrastructure objects that caused the greatest number of alerts across a given time range.


The Top Noisy Hyper-V objects report is a linked report that is based on the Veeam Alert Statistics Report from the Veeam Report Library. The report is limited to the Troublemakers mode, and can provide statistics for only one time interval and predefined object class.


Date/time Selection: defines the time period to analyze in the report.

Scope: defines a list of Groups or Objects to include in the report (by default, the Veeam Hyper-V Hosts Group is selected). The Add Group option returns a Group and all objects that a group contains (with all performance counter instances). The Add Object option returns only the selected object.

Top N Count: defines the maximum number of virtual infrastructure objects to display in the report output. The value can range between 1 and 200.

Sample Usage

Report on top 10 cluster disks in your virtual infrastructure that caused the greatest number of alerts during this week.


  1. Open the Top Noisy Hyper-V objects report.
  2. From the From list, select This Week > Monday. From the To list, select This Week > Friday.
  3. In the Scope section, include the necessary cluster disks in the report

Click Add Object. By default, the Filter Options are configured to include only Hyper-V infrastructure objects. In the Add Object window, click Options. In the Options window, click Add. In the Class Name search box, enter cluster disk and click Search. Select the Hyper-V Cluster Disk (Veeam MP) class in the list of search results, click Add and click OK. In the Options windows, click OK to apply the filter. In the Add Object window, click Search. The search will return a list of objects that belong to the Hyper-V Cluster Disk (Veeam MP) class. Select the necessary disks in the list, click Add and click OK.

  1. In the Top N Count field, enter 10.
  2. Click Run to view the report.

Report Output

The report will show statistics for top 10 Hyper-V cluster disks alerts activity:



Top Level Entity

Name of the cluster disk that caused alerts.


Number of alerts raised for the cluster disk during the selected period.

% of Total

Alert share for the cluster disk (relative to all alerts included into the report).

Management Pack

Management pack from which alerts originate.


Path to the cluster disk that caused alerts.


Name of the cluster disk that caused alerts.


Name of a monitor or rule that triggered alerts.


Name of the alert.


Number of times the alert was raised during the reporting period.

% of Total

Alert share, relative to all alerts triggered for the specific datastore and included into the report.

You can click a number in the Count column of the output table to drill down to the Veeam Alert History Report.