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Export Resource Pool Data

Jun 13, 2017
Export Resource Pool Data
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Note

Export Resource Pool Data is available for XenServer Enterprise Edition customers. To learn more about XenServer editions, and to find out how to upgrade, visit the Citrix website here. For detailed information on Licensing - refer to CTX141511 - XenServer 6.5 Licensing FAQ.

The Export Resource Data option allows you to generate a resource data report for your pool and export the report into a .xls or .csv file. This report provides detailed information about various resources in the pool such as, servers, networks, storage, virtual machines, VDIs, and GPUs. This feature enables administrators to track, plan, and assign resources based on various workloads such as CPU, storage, and Network.

The following table provides a list of resources and various types of resource data included in the report:

ResourceResource Data
Server
  • Name

  • Pool Master

  • UUID

  • Address

  • CPU Usage

  • Network (avg/max KBs)

  • Used Memory

  • Storage

  • Uptime

  • Description

Networks
  • Name

  • Link Status

  • MAC

  • MTU

  • VLAN

  • Type

  • Location

VDI
  • Name

  • Type

  • UUID

  • Size

  • Storage

  • Description

Storage
  • Name

  • Type

  • UUID

  • Size

  • Location

  • Description

VMs
  • Name

  • Power State

  • Running on

  • Address

  • MAC

  • NIC

  • Operating System

  • Storage

  • Used Memory

  • CPU Usage

  • UUID

  • Uptime

  • Template

  • Description

GPUNote: Information about GPUs will be available only if there are GPUs attached to your XenServer host.
  • Name

  • Servers

  • PCI Bus Path

  • UUID

  • Power Usage

  • Temperature

  • Used Memory

  • Computer Utilization

  1. In the XenCenter Navigation pane, click Infrastructure and then click on the pool

  2. Click the Pool menu and then select Export Resource Data.

  3. Browse to a location where you would like to save report and then click Save.


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