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Nutanix AHV VM Reporting Via REST API Version 2.3

Another release of the AHV VM Reporting script using Nutanix REST API. This release includes fixes to runtime output and to VM annotation/description filed including a comma sign.

Example of script runtime output.

Script still uses either Prism Element (the actual NutanixCluster) as source or both Prism Element and Prism Central. When using Prism Central you’ll get the following additional information:

  • VM Create Date
  • VM vNUMA Configuration
  • Self Service Portal Project
  • Self Service Portal VM Owner

PC information or not is still controlled in the PC information section of the script and you specify Y or N if you want the information or not.

# Is Prism central in use. Available options are Y and N
pcinuse=”Y”
pcfqdn=”PC-FQDN”
pcuser=”User”
pcpasswd=”Password”

This means the report script includes the following metrics:

  • VM Name
  • VM Description
  • VM Create Date
  • Total Number of vCPUs
  • Number of CPUs
  • Number of Cores per vCPU
  • Memory GB
  • vNUMA
  • Disk Usage GB (not including CD-ROM)
  • Disk Allocated GB (not including CD-ROM)
  • Number of VGs
  • VG Names
  • VG Disk Allocated GB
  • Flash Mode Enabled
  • AHV Snapshots
  • Local Protection Domain Snapshots
  • Remote Protection Domain Snapshots
  • IP Address/IP Addresses
  • Network Placement
  • AHV Host placement
  • Self Service Portal Project
  • Self Service Portal VM Owner

Sample output from the script after some excel magic πŸ™‚

After downloading the script from My GitHub Reporting RepositoryΒ you need to change the following parameters to make it work in your environment:

  • directory
  • clusterfqdn
  • user
  • passwd
  • pcinuse
  • pcfqdn
  • pcuser
  • pcpasswd

The script has been tested with Nutanix AOS 5.10 & Nutanix AHV 20170830.171 running from a MacBook (Mojave). You might experience a slight difference in the script output when running from e.g. some Linux distributions.

Feel free to provide feedback for improvements if you have any suggestion.

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