Hyper-V Event Log Monitor

Hyper-V Event Log Monitor is a built-in performance monitor added to devices automatically when they are identified as Hyper-V Hosts at discovery time. Hyper-V Event Log Monitor is turned off by default.

Enable Hyper-V Event Log Monitor

To switch it on, select the Hyper-V host, you can either:

Configure Hyper-V Event Log Monitor

From the Hyper-V host device card, select Device Properties > Virtual Monitoring.

Click the checkboxes to include the Hyper-V Event Log messages you want to include in monitoring.

See Also

Performance Monitors

Active Script (Performance)

APC UPS (Performance)

AWS CloudWatch (Performance)

Azure Cloud (Performance)

Azure Cloud (Billing and Usage)

CPU Utilization (Performance)

PowerShell Scripting

Disk Utilization (Performance)

Printer Ink/Toner Performance Monitor

Hyper-V Virtual Machine Disk Activity

JMX (Performance)

Interface Utilization

Memory Utilization (Performance)

Ping Latency and Availability

REST API (Performance)

SNMP (Performance)

SNMP (Performance)

SQL Query (Performance)

SSH (Performance)

VMware Datastore IOPS

Windows Performance Counter

Configuring WMI Formatted Counter monitors

WMI Performance Monitor

Hyper-V Host Virtual Machines Monitor