Data Object - HostListSummaryQuickStats
- Property of
Basic host statistics.
Included in the host statistics are fairness scores. Fairness scores are
represented in units with relative values, meaning they are evaluated relative to
the scores of other hosts. They should not be thought of as having any particular
absolute value. Each fairness unit represents an increment of 0.001 in a fairness
score. The further the fairness score diverges from 1, the less fair the
allocation. Therefore, a fairness score of 990, representing 0.990, is more fair
than a fairness score of 1015, which represents 1.015. This is because 1.015 is
further from 1 than 0.990.
The fairness of distributed CPU resource allocation on the host.
The fairness of distributed memory resource allocation on the host.
Aggregated CPU usage across all cores on the host in MHz. This is only
available if the host is connected.
Physical memory usage on the host in MB. This is only available if the
host is connected.
Properties inherited from DynamicData
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