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Repair VM

CFreemanwa|Last Updated: 1/20/2017
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Applies To: System Center 2016 - Orchestrator

The Repair VM activity is used to run a retry, an undo, or a dismiss action on a virtual machine that is currently not functioning correctly or optimally.

The activity publishes all of the data from the required and optional properties into published data. The following tables list the required and optional properties and published data for this activity.

Repair VM Required Properties

ElementDescription
VM IDThe unique identifier (GUID) of the virtual machine
ActionThe repair action to perform. Valid values are: Retry, Undo, or Dismiss

Repair VM Published Data

ElementDescription
AccessibilityPublic or Internal
ActionThe repair action to perform. Valid values are: Retry, Undo, or Dismiss
Added TimeThe date and time that the virtual machine was added in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss AM or PM
Backup EnabledTrue or False
Boot OrderThe order of devices that the virtual machine on a Hyper-V host uses to start up. The valid values are: CD, IDE Hard Drive, PXE Boot, or Floppy
Checkpoint LocationThe full path of the checkpoint for the virtual machine, in the format C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Hyper-V
Computer NameThe name of the virtual machine
Cost CenterAn alphanumeric value for the Self-Service Portal
CPU CountThe number of CPUs on the virtual machine
CPU Max (%)A two-digit percent value that represents the upper bound for CPU usage while the virtual machine is running
CPU Reserve (%)A two-digit percent value that represents the CPU resources that are set aside for the host operating system to use
CPU TypeThe type of CPU for the virtual machine
CPU Utilization (%)Two-digit percent value that represents the CPU utilization threshold that will trigger a monitor for the virtual machine
Creation SourceThe name of the source that was used to create the virtual machine; for example, the name of another virtual machine, a VHD name, or Unknown.
Creation TimeThe date and time that the virtual machine was created in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss AM or PM
Custom PriorityA two-digit value to describe the priority of the virtual machine
Custom PropertiesUp to 10 custom values that can be used to identify, track, and sort virtual machines. The values are published in one list.
Data Exchange EnabledTrue or False
Delay Start (s)The number of seconds to wait after the virtualization service starts before automatically starting the virtual machine
DescriptionAn alphanumeric description of the virtual machine
Disk I/O (IOPS)The disk I/O performance, measured by the number of I/O operations per second [IOPS] that can be performed with acceptable latency
EnabledTrue or False. If False, the virtual machine cannot be started.
Expected CPU UtilizationA two-digit percent value that represents the average CPU usage for the virtual machine
Failed Job IDThe unique identifier (GUID) of the most recent failed job
Has Pass-through DiskTrue or False
Has VM AdditionsTrue or False. If True, the virtual machine has additional software installed on the Guest Operating System to assist with virtualization, also known as virtual machine Guest Services.
Heartbeat EnabledTrue or False
Host Group PathThe path of the virtual machine under its Host Group, in the format All Hosts\virtual machine Name
Host IDThe unique identifier (GUID) of the Host Computer
Host TypeVMHost
Is Highly AvailableTrue or False
Is Tag EmptyTrue or False
Is Undergoing Live MigrationTrue or False
Last Restored VM CheckpointThe name of the most recently restored virtual machine Checkpoint
Library GroupThe name of the library group
Library ServerThe name of the library server
Limit CPU FunctionalityTrue or False. Virtual Machine Manager uses this setting to determine whether the CPU should be put into a compatibility mode for virtual machines running Windows NT.
LocationThe virtual machine location in the format C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Hyper-V
Marked As TemplateTrue or False
Memory (MB)The total amount of memory on the host that is assigned to the virtual machine in megabytes (MB)
Modified TimeThe date and time that the virtual machine was modified in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss AM or PM
Most Recent TaskThe name of the most recent task for the virtual machine, for example, Start virtual machine
Network UtilizationA two-digit network utilization value
NumLock EnabledTrue or False
Operating SystemThe type of operating system for the virtual machine
Operating System Shutdown EnabledTrue or False
OwnerThe virtual machine owner, in the format Domain\User
Owner SIDThe unique identifier of the owner of the virtual machine in the format S-1-5-21-GUID
Pass-through DiskA list of names of pass-through disks
Quota PointA three digit number for the virtual machine that represents a unit by which the virtual machine quota for self-service users is calculated
Self Service User RoleThe User Role that allows users to create virtual machines using templates
Share SCSI BusTrue or False
Source Object TypeThe type of the source object that was used to create the virtual machine; for example, virtual machine, Template, or VHD
Start ActionThe behavior of the virtual machine when the virtualization service starts. The valid values are: Never Auto Turn On, Always Auto Turn On, or Turn On VM If Running When VS Stopped.
StatusThe status of the virtual machine. Valid values are: Running, Paused, PowerOff, or Missing.
Stop ActionThe behavior of the virtual machine when the virtualization service stops. The valid values are: Save, Turn Off, or Shut Down Guest OS.
TagAn alphanumeric value used to locate related virtual machines
Tiered Perf DataThe unique identifier (GUID) of the ordered performance data
Time Synchronization EnabledTrue or False
Total SizeThe total size of the virtual machine, including all disks and configuration files
Undo Disks EnabledTrue or False. If True, the virtual machine can undo any changes when shutting down.
Unsupported ReasonIf an error occurs during cloning, this message text describes the reason that the attempted action is not supported
Use Hardware Assisted VirtualizationTrue or False
User Role IDThe unique identifier (GUID) of the user role that allows users to create virtual machines
Virtual COM PortsA list of the names of the Virtual COM Ports. Always COM1 or COM2.
Virtual DVD DrivesA list of the names of Virtual DVD Drives
Virtual Disk DrivesA list of the names of Virtual Disk Drives
Virtual Floppy DriveA list of the names of Virtual Floppy Drives
Virtual Hard DisksA list of the names of Virtual Hard Disks
Virtualization PlatformThe virtualization platform. Valid values are: HyperV, VMWareESX, or Unknown.
Virtual Network AdaptersA list of the names of Virtual Network Adapters
Virtual SCSI AdaptersA list of the names of Virtual SCSI Adapters
VMC PathThe virtual machine Configuration file path, in the format C:\VMM\DRDemo-DataTier\VirtualMachines\abc12345-d6ef-78g9-h0ij-1kl2-34m56n7890p12.xml
VM HostThe full computer name of the host computer for Virtual Machine Manager
VM IDThe unique identifier (GUID) of the virtual machine
VM NameThe name of the virtual machine
VM Platform IDThe unique identifier (GUID) of the virtual machine inside the platform, for example, Hyper-V, VMware, or Virtual Server
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