VcenterSettingsV1ConfigComponentsInventoryClusterHaHaVmOverrides

The VmOverrides data object contains the HA configuration settings for vm as a override from cluster. All fields are optional.


Properties

string
name Required

Reference to the virtual machine.


integer as int64
vm_additional_delay Optional

After condition has been met, a mandatory delay before starting the next VM restart priority.


integer as int64
vm_apd_failover_delay Optional

The time interval after an APD timeout has been declared and before VM Component Protection service will terminate the VM. The default value is 180 seconds if not specified. To use cluster setting for a VM override, set to -1 in per-VM setting.


vm_apd_failure_response Required

VM storage protection setting for storage failures categorized as All Paths Down (APD). APD is a condition where a storage has become inaccessible for unknown reasons. It only indicates loss of connectivity and does not indicate storage device failure or LUN removal (Permanent Device Loss or PDL)

Possible values are: DISABLEDWARNINGRESTART_CONSERVATIVERESTART_AGGRESSIVECLUSTER_DEFAULT


vm_apd_response_recovery Optional

Action taken by VM Component Protection service for a powered on VM when APD condition clears after APD timeout. This property is meaningful only when vSphere HA is turned on. Valid values are

Possible values are: NONERESETUSE_CLUSTER_DEFAULT


vm_datastore_with_pdl_failure_response Required

VM storage protection setting for storage failures categorized as Permenant Device Loss (PDL). PDL indicates storage device failure or LUN removal. In case of PDL, the failed datastore or device is unlikely to recover. The details of PDL are

Possible values are: DISABLEDWARNINGRESTART_CONSERVATIVERESTART_AGGRESSIVECLUSTER_DEFAULT


vm_isolation_response Optional

Indicates whether or not the virtual machine should be powered off if a host determines that it is isolated from the rest of the compute resource. If not specified at either the cluster level or the virtual machine level, this will default to powerOff.

If unset or empty, the value is skipped.

Possible values are: NONEPOWER_OFFSHUTDOWNCLUSTER_ISOLATION_RESPONSE


vm_monitoring Optional

Virtual machine health monitoring is disabled. In this state, HA response to guest and application heartbeat failures are disabled.

Possible values are: VM_MONITORING_DISABLEDVM_MONITORING_ONLYVM_AND_APP_MONITORING


vm_restart_priority Optional

Restart priority for a virtual machine. If unset or empty, the value is skipped.

Possible values are: DISABLEDLOWESTLOWMEDIUMHIGHHIGHESTCLUSTER_RESTART_PRIORITY


integer as int64
vm_restart_priority_timeout Optional

This setting is used to specify a maximum time the lower priority VMs should wait for the higher priority VMs to be ready. If the higher priority Vms are not ready by this time, then the lower priority VMs are restarted irrespective of the VM ready state. This timeout can be used to prevent the failover of lower priority VMs to be stuck infinitely. If unset or empty, the value is skipped.

JSON Example

{
    "name": "string",
    "vm_apd_failure_response": "enum",
    "vm_datastore_with_pdl_failure_response": "enum"
}
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