Simple VM Inventory


Another quicky to get all VMs from your hosts/cluster and display some basic information about them like CPU, memory, disk count and size.

  • I can get it using Windows Admin Center

  • or using PowerShell

    $HyperVHosts = @('Cluster1','Node1','Node2')
    $VMs = Get-VM ComputerName $HyperVHosts | ForEach-Object {
    Write-Host "Procesing VM {$($PSItem.VMName)}"
    Write-Host "Getting VM {$($PSItem.VMName)} disk information"
    $disks = Get-VHD VMId $PSItem.VMId ComputerName $PSItem.ComputerName
    $diskCount = $disks | Measure | Select-Object ExpandProperty Count
    $diskCurrentSize = $disks | Measure-Object Sum Property FileSize | Select-Object ExpandProperty Sum
    $diskMaximumSize = $disks | Measure-Object Sum Property Size | Select-Object ExpandProperty Sum
    Name = $PSItem.Name
    ComputerName = $PSItem.ComputerName
    MemoryMinimum = [System.Math]::Round($PSItem.MemoryMinimum /1GB,2)
    MemoryMaximum = [System.Math]::Round($PSItem.MemoryMaximum /1GB,2)
    MemoryAssigned = [System.Math]::Round($PSItem.MemoryAssigned /1GB,2)
    ProcessorCount = $PSItem.ProcessorCount
    DisksCount = $diskCount
    DiskCurrentSize = [System.Math]::Round($diskCurrentSize /1GB,2)
    DiskMaximumSize = [System.Math]::Round($diskMaximumSize /1GB,2)
    CreationTime = $PSItem.CreationTime
    $VMs | Format-Table Wrap

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    The output looks like this:

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