Understanding the difference between Typical and Advanced scalability modes.
Depending on the size of the managed virtual environment, you can choose of the following Veeam ONE installation types:
- Typical — this type of installation is recommended for small to medium environments, with up to 100 hosts and 1500 VMs
- Advanced Scalability — this type of installation is recommended for large environments with more than 100 hosts and 1500 VMs
To switch between the modes, on Veeam One server run "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Veeam\Veeam ONE Settings\VeeamOneSettings.exe" > Deployment Configuration > Save > Restart Veeam One Monitor and Veeam One Reporter services.
NOTE that the previously collected data will not be revisited.
|Configuration Option||Description||Typical Installation||Advanced Scalability|
|VMware real-time performance query timeout||Timeout for collecting VMware vSphere real-time performance data.||300 seconds|
|Sampling renewal interval for real-time counters.||20 seconds||300 seconds|
|VMware historical performance query timeout||Timeout for importing historical performance data from VMware vSphere servers (that is, data older than one day).||900 seconds|
|Sampling renewal interval for historical counters.||300 seconds|
|MinTreeCheckInterval||Updating Tree in Veeam ONE Monitor every||10 seconds||1 minute|
|PageUpdateDelay||Loading data after choosing an object in the Tree in||0.5 second||1.5 second|
|GetVmsnapshottimeout||Timeout for collecting data about VM snapshot files from datastores.||900 seconds|
|Collectthreadtimeout||Timeout for collecting data from servers by Veeam ONE Reporter.||6 hours||12 hours|
|DahboardCapturetimeout||Timeout for capturing the dashboard for a scheduled dashboard delivery.||3600 seconds|
|Hyper-V cache retention settings||Time period to keep Hyper-V inventory data in cache.||-1|
(infinite period of time)
|Hyper-V collection job interval||Frequency with which data is collected from Microsoft Hyper-V servers.||60000 milliseconds|
|Ignore disconnected Hyper-V hosts||Flag indicating that data on disconnected hosts must not be retained.||False||True|