Last week I got back from holiday, had a wonderful time in France with great weather. Anyway, we're looking into changing one pool with virtual desktops from one vCPU to two vCPUs. Looking a CPU load on every host in the cluster should allow that, but we are very curious what the ready time would be.
Ready time is a VM metric, but we want to know the 'average' on the whole cluster. PowerCLI to the rescue:
I'm writing a Powershell script on getting info from a View environment. One thing I noticed was the amount of time the 'Get-Pool' commandlet takes to finish when using '-pool_id'. Now I know the commandlets are not very well written (it is sooo 1980s to run the commands from a broker), but take a look at this example: