Script de estado de nuestra plataforma vmware

He encontrado un script que es realmente útil si tenéis una plataforma grande de maquinas virtuales. Con el puedes testear el estado de todas las maquinas virtuales de tu plataforma vmware. Realmente lo que te dice es lo siguiente:

  • Hardware y versión del servidor vmware ESX
  •  Versión de vmware VC
  • snapshot activas
  • CDROM conectados a máquinas virtuales
  • Unidades de disquete conectadas a máquinas virtuales
  • Datastores y el espacio libre disponible
  • Información de VM como la versión de vmware tools,
  • procesador y límites de memoria
  • Las máquinas virtuales tienen opciones de sincronización de tiempo vmware no habilitado.

Finalmente os lo manda por correo.

###########################################################################################
# Title:	VMware health check 
# Filename:	healtcheck.sp1       	
# Created by:	Ivo Beerens ivo@ivobeerens.nl			
# Date:		28-08-2008					
# Version       1.3						
###########################################################################################
# Description:	Scripts that checks the status of a VMware      
# enviroment on the following point:		
# - VMware ESX server Hardware and version	       	
# - VMware VC version				
# - Active Snapshots				
# - CDROMs connected to VMs			
# - Floppy drives connected to VMs		
# - Datastores and the free space available	
# - VM information such as VMware tools version,  
#   processor and memory limits					
# - Witch VMs have VMware timesync options not 	
#   enabled					
###########################################################################################
# Configuration:
#
#   Edit the powershell.ps1 file and edit the following variables:
#   $vcserver="localhost"
#   Enter the VC server, if you execute the script on the VC server you can use localhost
#   $filelocation="D:\temp\healthcheck.htm"
#   Specify the path where to store the HTML output
#   $enablemail="yes"
#   Enable (yes) or disable (no) to sent the script by e-mail
#   $smtpServer = "mail.ictivity.nl" 
#   Specify the SMTP server in your network
#   $mailfrom = "VMware Healtcheck <powershell@ivobeerens.nl>"
#   Specify the from field
#   $mailto = "ivo.beerens@ictivity.nl"
#   Specify the e-mail address
###########################################################################################
# Usage:
#
#   Manually run the healthcheck.ps1 script":
#   1. Open Powershell
#   2. Browse to the directory where the healthcheck.ps1 script resides
#   3. enter the command:
#   ./healthcheck.ps1
#
#   To create a schedule task in for example Windows 2003 use the following 
#   syntax in the run property:
#   powershell -command "& 'path\healthcheck.ps1'
#   edit the path 
###########################################################################################

####################################
# VMware VirtualCenter server name #
####################################
$vcserver="localhost"

##################
# Add VI-toolkit #
##################
Add-PSsnapin VMware.VimAutomation.Core
Initialize-VIToolkitEnvironment.ps1
connect-VIServer $vcserver

#############
# Variables #
#############
$filelocation="D:\temp\healthcheck.htm"
$vcversion = get-view serviceinstance
$snap = get-vm | get-snapshot
$date=get-date

##################
# Mail variables #
##################
$enablemail="yes"
$smtpServer = "mail.ivobeerens.nl" 
$mailfrom = "VMware Healtcheck <powershell@ivobeerens.nl>"
$mailto = "ivo@ivobeerens.nl"

#############################
# Add Text to the HTML file #
#############################
ConvertTo-Html –title "VMware Health Check " –body "<H1>VMware Health script</H1>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" | Out-File $filelocation
ConvertTo-Html –title "VMware Health Check " –body "<H4>Date and time</H4>",$date -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" | Out-File -Append $filelocation

#######################
# VMware ESX hardware #
#######################
Get-VMHost | Get-View | ForEach-Object { $_.Summary.Hardware } | Select-object Vendor, Model, MemorySize, CpuModel, CpuMhz, NumCpuPkgs, NumCpuCores, NumCpuThreads, NumNics, NumHBAs | ConvertTo-Html –title "VMware ESX server Hardware configuration" –body "<H2>VMware ESX server Hardware configuration.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" | Out-File -Append $filelocation

#######################
# VMware ESX versions #
#######################
get-vmhost | % { $server = $_ |get-view; $server.Config.Product | select { $server.Name }, Version, Build, FullName }| ConvertTo-Html –title "VMware ESX server versions" –body "<H2>VMware ESX server versions and builds.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" | Out-File -Append $filelocation

######################
# VMware VC version  #
######################
$vcversion.content.about | select Version, Build, FullName | ConvertTo-Html –title "VMware VirtualCenter version" –body "<H2>VMware VC version.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" |Out-File -Append $filelocation

#############
# Snapshots # 
#############
$snap | select vm, name,created,description | ConvertTo-Html –title "Snaphots active" –body "<H2>Snapshots active.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />"| Out-File -Append $filelocation

#################################
# VMware CDROM connected to VMs # 
#################################
Get-vm | where { $_ | get-cddrive | where { $_.ConnectionState.Connected -eq "true" } } | Select Name | ConvertTo-Html –title "CDROMs connected" –body "<H2>CDROMs connected.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />"|Out-File -Append $filelocation

#########################################
# VMware floppy drives connected to VMs #
#########################################
Get-vm | where { $_ | get-floppydrive | where { $_.ConnectionState.Connected -eq "true" } } | select Name |ConvertTo-Html –title "Floppy drives connected" –body "<H2>Floppy drives connected.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" |Out-File -Append $filelocation

#########################
# Datastore information #
#########################

function UsedSpace
{
	param($ds)
	[math]::Round(($ds.CapacityMB - $ds.FreeSpaceMB)/1024,2)
}

function FreeSpace
{
	param($ds)
	[math]::Round($ds.FreeSpaceMB/1024,2)
}

function PercFree
{
	param($ds)
	[math]::Round((100 * $ds.FreeSpaceMB / $ds.CapacityMB),0)
}

$Datastores = Get-Datastore
$myCol = @()
ForEach ($Datastore in $Datastores)
{
	$myObj = "" | Select-Object Datastore, UsedGB, FreeGB, PercFree
	$myObj.Datastore = $Datastore.Name
	$myObj.UsedGB = UsedSpace $Datastore
	$myObj.FreeGB = FreeSpace $Datastore
	$myObj.PercFree = PercFree $Datastore
	$myCol += $myObj
}
$myCol | Sort-Object PercFree | ConvertTo-Html –title "Datastore space " –body "<H2>Datastore space available.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" | Out-File -Append $filelocation

# Invoke-Item $filelocation

##################
# VM information #
##################
$Report = @()
 
get-vm | % {
  $vm = Get-View $_.ID
    $vms = "" | Select-Object VMName, Hostname, IPAddress, VMState, TotalCPU, TotalMemory, MemoryUsage, TotalNics, ToolsStatus, ToolsVersion, MemoryLimit, MemoryReservation, CPUreservation, CPUlimit
    $vms.VMName = $vm.Name
    $vms.HostName = $vm.guest.hostname
    $vms.IPAddress = $vm.guest.ipAddress
    $vms.VMState = $vm.summary.runtime.powerState
    $vms.TotalCPU = $vm.summary.config.numcpu
    $vms.TotalMemory = $vm.summary.config.memorysizemb
    $vms.MemoryUsage = $vm.summary.quickStats.guestMemoryUsage
    $vms.TotalNics = $vm.summary.config.numEthernetCards
    $vms.ToolsStatus = $vm.guest.toolsstatus
    $vms.ToolsVersion = $vm.config.tools.toolsversion
    $vms.MemoryLimit = $vm.resourceconfig.memoryallocation.limit
    $vms.MemoryReservation = $vm.resourceconfig.memoryallocation.reservation
    $vms.CPUreservation = $vm.resourceconfig.cpuallocation.reservation
    $vms.CPUlimit = $vm.resourceconfig.cpuallocation.limit
    $Report += $vms
}
$Report | ConvertTo-Html –title "Virtual Machine information" –body "<H2>Virtual Machine information.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" | Out-File -Append $filelocation


###############################
# VMware Timesync not enabled #
###############################

Get-VM | Get-View | ? { $_.Config.Tools.syncTimeWithHost -eq $false } | Select Name | Sort-object Name | ConvertTo-Html –title "VMware timesync not enabled" –body "<H2>VMware timesync not enabled.</H2>" -head "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' />" | Out-File -Append $filelocation

######################
# E-mail HTML output #
######################
if ($enablemail -match "yes") 
{ 
$msg = new-object Net.Mail.MailMessage
$att = new-object Net.Mail.Attachment($filelocation)
$smtp = new-object Net.Mail.SmtpClient($smtpServer) 
$msg.From = $mailfrom
$msg.To.Add($mailto) 
$msg.Subject = “VMware Healthscript”
$msg.Body = “VMware healthscript”
$msg.Attachments.Add($att) 
$smtp.Send($msg)
}

##############################
# Disconnect session from VC #
##############################

disconnect-viserver -confirm:$false

##########################
# End Of Healthcheck.ps1 #
##########################



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