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10/16/2018 - ZenPack Release: VMware VSphere 4.0.0

Version 4.0.0 of the VMware vSphere ZenPack (ZenPacks.zenoss.vSphere) has been released and this is a major release of this ZenPack.

This release is compatible with Zenoss versions 5.3 - 6.2 and Zenoss Cloud, and has the following additional requirements.

  • PropertyMonitor ZenPack 1.1.0 or later.
  • Enterprise Reports ZenPack (any version)
  • ZenPackLib ZenPack 2.1.0 or higher

The following changes have been made since the previous release: 3.7.2.

  • vSAN support (Disk Groups, Cache and Capacity disk modeling and monitoring, vSAN Cluster Health, vSAN Objects, Compliance status)
  • Lower default configsipsize from 25 to 5 in zenvsphere.conf in order to facilitate pulling large configs from ZenHub. (ZPS-798)
  • Changed thresholds related to performance to not affect availability in Service Impact (ZPS-3702). This changes events from being in "/vSphere/Utilization" to be in "/Perf/vSphere/Utilization" class
  • Ensure consistent treatment of CPU Usage (%) in thresholds and Analytics (ZPS-3589)
  • Renamed ResourcePool threshold "High CPU Usage" to "High Load" (ZPS-3589)
  • Plot ResourcePool Memory Overhead and Memory Consumption on separate graphs (ZPS-369)
  • Added migration script for upgrade-related catalog index issues (ZPS-3922)
  • Removed transform that was introduced in 3.7.x on the /vSphere event class (ZPS-4306)
  • Fix "NotInDatacenterException" error when permissions are restricted on a folder without "propagate to children" (ZPS-4232)
  • Add impact relations between vSphere vSAN Datastores and Dell PowerEdge Physical Disks. (ZPS-4518)
  • Ignore blank lines in zVSphereModelIgnore (ZPS-1423)
  • Add Test button to zVSphereHostPingWhitelist/zVSphereHostPingBlacklist zProperties (ZPS-3464)
  • Reports do not automatically run when selected (ZPS-4172)
  • Added an authoritative list of event types to monitor ESX directly (ZPS-3695)
  • Fixed clearing for hbr.primary.NoConnectionToHbrServerEvent events (ZPS-4019)
  • Allowed to put devices in sub-classes of /vSphere while initially adding them (ZPS-3996)
  • Reduce excessive CPU and memory consumption by zenvsphere container (ZPS-643)
  • Tested with Zenoss Resource Manager 5.3.3, Zenoss Resource Manager 6.2.1, Zenoss Cloud and Service Impact 5.3.3

Detailed information on this ZenPack is available from the ZenPack Catalog.

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