I did that, but it made the map a complete mess of lines that I couldn't make 

Daniel Ceola
System Administrator

From: Jim Avery [mailto:j...@jimavery.me.uk]
Sent: Monday, August 12, 2013 3:26 PM
To: nagios List
Subject: Re: [Nagios-users] ESXi/vCenter Monitoring

On 12 Aug 2013 16:50, "Daniel Ceola" 
<daniel.ce...@occfiber.com<mailto:daniel.ce...@occfiber.com>> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have a lot of host servers as VM's on our ESXi infrastructure, managed with 
> vCenter.  We also use vSphere DRS to help keep the load on host systems 
> balanced.  Due to the DRS, our VM's can sometimes move around from being on 
> one host to being on another w/o my knowledge beforehand.  Does anyone know 
> if there is any sort of plugin available for Nagios Core that would basically 
> talk to my vCenter system and find out what VM's are on which hosts, and 
> automatically update that VM's Parent directive in the host definition?

I specify all of the host servers as parents of the VM.  I reckon that makes 
perfect sense, and it's dead easy to implement.
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