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Veeam MP dashboards and views display no data

Data in dashboards and views is not updated

You get errors when trying to access dashboards and views

Widget performance degraded drastically


1.Performance data has not been aggregated yet in the Data Warehouse.

After installation (or discovery of new objects), you should normally wait several hours before data is collected and aggregated:

4 hours for ‘Top N’ widgets

72 hours for capacity planning widgets and reports

24 hours for other reports

2.The latest Ops Mgr updates for improved performance of visualization components (dashboards and widgets) have not been applied. The latest updates contain fixes for Ops Mgr console issues.

3.Console process thread is full with queue of data queries. This could also be an indication of poor performance of SQL server(s) hosting the Ops Mgr databases.


1.Make sure that the latest Ops Mgr Update Rollup is installed. Keep in mind that when applying console updates, you must also:

Apply all necessary server updates and SQL scripts.

Import all updated management packs.

2.Wait until performance data is collected and aggregated. In Veeam MP performance views, check that sufficient data is available for the corresponding object.

3.Perform Clear Cache for the Ops Mgr console in order to correctly load all views. To do this, start the Operations console with the /clearcache (or /C) parameter.

For Operations Manager 2012 R2, run this command in the command prompt:

"%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft System Center 2012 R2\Operations Manager\Console\Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Monitoring.Console.exe" /clearcache

For Operations Manager 2012 SP1, run this command in the command prompt:

"%ProgramFiles%\System Center 2012\Operations Manager\Console\Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Monitoring.Console.exe" /clearcache

For more details on clearing cache in Operations Manager console, see

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