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OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter Version 5.2 User's Guide

View cluster profile

  1. On the OMIVV page, click Compliance & Deployment > Profiles > Cluster Profile.
    A table displays all the cluster profiles along with the following information:
    • Profile Name—The name of the cluster profile
    • Description—The profile description
    • Associated System Profile—The associated system profile name For Basic and Advanced system profile types, the system profile name is displayed in the following format: Basic_<system profile name>, Advanced_<system profile name>
    • Associated Firmware Repository Profile—The associated firmware repository profile name
    • Associated Driver Repository Profile—The associated driver repository profile name
      NOTE For a PowerEdge MX host managed using a chassis credential profile, configuration drift is not calculated.
    • vCenter—The vCenter instance associated with the cluster profile
    • Last Successfully Updated Time—The date and time when the cluster profile is updated.
    NOTE If the associated repository profile (firmware or driver) or system profile is modified, a warning symbol is displayed with the profile name. The cluster profile must to be updated after a repository or system profile is modified to update the changes in the baseline. For more information about updating the cluster profile, see Update cluster profile.
  2. If you want to remove or add the column names from the wizard, click Select Column Icon.
  3. To export the cluster profile information, click Export Icon.

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