This script will provide Bandwidth information for all the vNICs/vHBAs on Service Profiles in your UCS Domains The bandwidth is a 30 second snapshot
The script allows you to log into a single or multiple UCS domains
The script allows you to report on single, multiple or all associated Service Profiles in your UCS Domains
It will check that the Collection Policies of your UCS Domains are set correctly and correct them if necessary The settings will be: Collection Interval: 30 seconds Reporting Interval: 2 minutes
The script will write the output to the screen and a Microsoft Word document The file will be saved in the directory: $PSScriptRoot
Prerequisites for this script are: PowerShell must be enabled on your client computer. - set-executionpolicy unrestricted -force You must be running PowerShell version 3 or above You must download and install Cisco PowerTool for PowerShell from http://www.cisco.com A CCO Login is required You must be network connected and have reachability via SSL TCP Port 443 to your Cisco UCS Domains You must have a login into your UCSM domains You must have Microsoft Word installed on the client machine
v0.1.02 - Initial Posted Version
v0.1.03 - Added built in help. Command line options. Standard naming convention.
v0.1.04 - Added support for rack servers. Added support for the reporting of vHBA statistics. Updated some of the output format.
v0.1.05 - Added full command line support. Now support secure credentials file.
As always, let me know if you have any questions, problems or suggestions!
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