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manual:vm_monitoring [2020/02/13 08:30]
marinagen solution for the maxQueryMetrics error
manual:vm_monitoring [2020/02/14 09:09] (current)
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   * In case of unavailable metrics, please make sure if they are not made unavailable or turned off by default in recent VMware vSphere versions or if some limits are not placed on performance-metric database queries. See [[https://​support.zabbix.com/​browse/​ZBX-12094|ZBX-12094]] for additional details.   * In case of unavailable metrics, please make sure if they are not made unavailable or turned off by default in recent VMware vSphere versions or if some limits are not placed on performance-metric database queries. See [[https://​support.zabbix.com/​browse/​ZBX-12094|ZBX-12094]] for additional details.
  
-  * To fix the //'​config.vpxd.stats.maxQueryMetrics'​ is invalid or exceeds the maximum number of characters permitted**//​ error, ​check value of the ''​maxQuerySize'' ​parameter ​in VMware'​s //web.xml//, then go to the //advanced vCenter Server settings// and add a ''​config.vpxd.stats.maxQueryMetrics''​ parameter with the same value. See this VMware knowledge base [[https://​kb.vmware.com/​s/​article/​2107096|article]] for details. ​+  * In case of //'​config.vpxd.stats.maxQueryMetrics'​ is invalid or exceeds the maximum number of characters permitted**//​ error, ​add a ''​config.vpxd.stats.maxQueryMetrics''​ parameter to the vCenter Server settings. The value of this parameter should ​ be the same as the value of  ​''​maxQuerysize''​ in VMware'​s //​web.xml//​. See this VMware knowledge base [[https://​kb.vmware.com/​s/​article/​2107096|article]] for details. ​