The host summary dashboard provides the health state and performance overview for the selected Microsoft Hyper-V host and its child objects.
Datastores State, Virtual Machines State
The charts reflect the state of volumes connected to the host and the state of VMs running on the host. Every chart segment represents the number of objects in a certain state — objects with errors (red), objects with warnings (yellow) and healthy objects (green). Click a chart segment or a legend label to drill-down to the list of alarms with the corresponding status for host child objects.
The section displays capacity and usage summary for host CPU and memory. It also shows an overview for volumes connected to the host — state of the volume, its capacity and the amount of free space on the volume.
The list displays the latest 15 alarms triggered for the host and its child objects. Click a link in the Source column to drill-down to the list of alarms for the host and its child objects.
Alarms by Object
The list displays 15 objects with the greatest number of alarms (including the host and its child objects). The value in the Alarms column shows the number of errors and warnings for an object. For example, 3/1 means that there are 3 error alarms and 1 warning alarm for the object. Click a link in the Source column to drill-down to the list of alarms triggered for the host and its child objects.
For details on working with alarms, see Veeam ONE Working with Alarms Guide.