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May 29, 2019

Monitor Alarm

Monitor Alarm

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Veeam ONE Monitor

 Server: HYPER-V2

Object: hyper-v2
Object Type: Hyper-V Host
Location: hyper-v2
Host: hyper-v2
IP:
Guest OS:
Guest Host Name:
Description:
Business View group:
Status: Reset/resolved
Previous Status: Error
Alarm: Host Memory Pages Usage
Time: 5/29/2019 11:23:22 PM
Details: All alarm metrics are back to normal

KB article
Summary: The counter shows the rate at which pages are read from or written to disk to resolve hard page faults. This counter is a primary indicator of the types of faults that cause system-wide delays
Cause: To resolve hard page faults, the operating system swaps the contents of memory to disk, which negatively impacts performance. A high number of pages per second in correlation with low available physical memory may indicate a lack of physical memory
Resolution: Run Veeam ONE ‘Oversized VMs’ and ‘Idle VMs’ reports to optimize memory allocation. Remove superfluous software. Run maintenance tasks off peak times. If the alarm appears during backup operations, consider Off-host backup infrastructure
External:
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