The Memory Usage is a predefined view of the Memory performance chart. Performance charts are diagrams that show historical statistics of key performance counters. The Memory chart displays historical statistics of memory usage.
To access the Memory Usage view of the Memory chart:
- Open Veeam ONE Monitor.
For more information, see Accessing Veeam ONE Monitor.
- At the bottom of the inventory pane, click Infrastructure View.
- In the inventory pane, select the host that you connected to Veeam ONE in the Connecting VMware vSphere Servers section.
- Open the Memory tab.
- On the Chart Views field, select Memory Usage.
The Memory Usage view includes the following elements:
The horizontal axis represents the time period which you select in the Period field. The vertical axes are two scales of measurement units: gigabytes and percents.
Each graph visualizes specific memory usage counter:
- Memory Active — sum of all active memory metrics for all powered-on VMs plus vSphere services on the host.
- Memory Consumed — amount of physical memory used on the host.
- Memory Pressure — potential memory demand.
- Memory Usage — memory used by running VMs.
The chart legend describes details about counters displayed in the chart. The details include key color, object name, list of counters and units of measurement, the latest, minimum, average, and maximum counter values.