The Hyper-V Log Enablement Package (LEP) is a Windows Performance Monitor Template which contains Performance Counters. These counters provide basic threshold monitoring of Hyper-V metrics for processor, memory, and disk. All threshold data is sent to the Application Event Logs where the K1's Agent or Agentless component can manage performance data extraction. K1 then displays this data in a single page UI which tracks the overall health of the endpoints being monitored. The Threshold column below displays a Criteria Level of Critical, Warning, or Error. This column should have two values, a Default value and a Threshold value, for records without both, only a Default value of 10000 is set which needs to be reset to an appropriate Threshold value. For instructions related to LEP's check out How to Edit Windows Monitoring Log Enablement Package (LEP)How to Import Windows Monitoring Log Enablement Package (LEP) and Troubleshooting Windows Monitoring Log Enablement Package (LEP). Detailed instructions on how to configure the K1 to monitor Application or Threshold Monitoring on devices can be found in the Dell KACE K1000 System Management Appliance 6.3 Administrator Guide.  


Processor

Performance CounterDescriptionThreshold Values
Logical Processors
The number of logical processors present in the system.
Default>10000
Monitored Notifications
The number of monitored notifications registered with the hypervisor.
Default>10000
Partitions
The number of partitions (virtual machines) present in the system.
Default>10000
Totals Pages
The number of bootstrap and deposited pages in the hypervisor.
Default>10000
Virtual Processors
The number of virtual processors present in the system.
Default>10000
% Total Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the processor in guest and hypervisor code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89

% Guest Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the processor in guest code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89

% Hypervisor Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the processor in hypervisor code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89

Context Switches/Sec
The rate of virtual processor context switches on the processor.

Default>4

Warning>4

%Total Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the virtual processor in guest and hypervisor code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89

% Guest Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the virtual processor in guest code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89

% Hypervisor Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the virtual processor in hypervisor code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89

% Guest Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the virtual processor in guest code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89

% Hypervisor Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the virtual processor in hypervisor code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89

% Total Runtime
The percentage of time spent by the virtual processor in guest and hypervisor code.

Warning>60<89

Critical>89

Default>89



Memory

Performance Counter
Description
Threshold Values
Added Memory
This counter represents the cummulative amount of memory added to VMs.
Default>10000
Available Memory
This counter represents the amount of memory left on the node.
Default>10000
Average Pressure
This counter represents the average pressure on the balancer node.
Default>10000
Memory  Add Operations
This counter represents the total number of add operations.
Default>10000
Memory Remove Operations
This counter represents the total number of remove operations.
Default>10000
Removed Memory
This counter represents the cummulative amount of memory removed from VMs.
Default>10000
Added Memory
This counter represents the cummulative amount of memory added to the VM.
Default>10000
Average Pressure
This counter represents the average pressure in the VM.
Default>10000
Current Pressure
This counter represents the current pressure in the VM.
Default>10000
Guest Visible Physical Memory
This counter represents the amount of memory visible in the VM.
Default>10000
Maximum Pressure
This counter represents the maximum pressure band in the VM.
Default>10000
Memory Add Operations
This counter represents the total number of add operations for the VM.
Default>10000
Memory Remove Operations
This counter represents the total number of remove operations for the VM.
Default>10000
Minimum Pressure
This counter represents the minimum pressure band in the VM.
Default>10000
Physical Memory
This counter represents the current amount of memory in the VM.
Default>10000
Remove Memory
This counter represents the cummulative amount of memory removed from the VM.
Default>10000


Disk I/O

Performance Counter
Description
Threshold Values
Read Bytes/Sec
Read Bytes/sec is the number of bytes read per second from the disks attached to the IDE controller
Default>10000
Read Sectors/Sec
Read Sectors/sec is the number of sectors read per second from the disks attached to the IDE controller.
Default>10000
Write Bytes/Sec
Write Bytes/sec is the number of bytes written per second to the disks attached to the IDE controller.
Default>10000
Error Count
This counter represents the total number of errors that have occured on this virtual device.
Default>10000
Flush Count
This counter represents the total number of flush operations that have occured on this virtual device.
Default>10000
Read Bytes/Sec
This counter represents the total number of bytes that have been read per second on this virtual device.
Default>10000
Read Count
This counter represents the total number of read operations that have occured on this virtual device.
Default>10000
Write Bytes/Sec
This counter represents the total number of bytes that have been written per second on this virtual device.
Default>10000
Write Count
This counter represents the total number of write operations that have occured on this virtual device.
Default>10000