Monday, December 30, 2013

Extended VM inventory using powercli


Here is my another scripts which fetch information about all the VM from vcenter. Information includes internal partitions capacity and remaining, installed OS version v/s configured OS version on settings, vmtools info, vcenter server, rdm info, Nic types, snapshots, etc all this information from one script.

You can save this script to ps1 file and can be export to csv by using export-csv command.

lets assume you copied the code in text file and saved it in "c:\temp" folder with name "vm-inventory.ps1"

PS C:\temp>.\vm-inventory.ps1 | export-csv c:\temp\vmlist.csv -notypeinformation

Note: This script has been tested on Powercli 5.5 and Powershell v3
In second line of this script replace #vcenterserver with your vcenter ip or hostname

Add-PSSnapin vmware.vimautomation.core
Connect-Viserver #vcenterserver   
#####################################  
 ## http://kunaludapi.blogspot.com  
 ## Version: 1  
 ## Tested this script on  
 ##  1) Powershell v3  
 ##  2) Powercli v5.5  
 ##  3) Vsphere 5.x  
 ####################################
 function Get-VMinventory {  
 function Get-RDMDisk {  
   [CmdletBinding()]  
   param (  
     [Parameter(Mandatory=$True)]  
     [string[]]$VMName  
     )  
         $RDMInfo = Get-VM -Name $VMName | Get-HardDisk -DiskType RawPhysical, RawVirtual  
         $Result = foreach ($RDM in $RDMInfo) {  
          "{0}/{1}/{2}/{3}"-f ($RDM.Name), ($RDM.DiskType),($RDM.Filename), ($RDM.ScsiCanonicalName)     
         }  
         $Result -join (", ")  
 }  
 function Get-vNicInfo {  
   [CmdletBinding()]  
   param (  
     [Parameter(Mandatory=$True)]  
     [string[]]$VMName  
     )  
         $vNicInfo = Get-VM -Name $VMName | Get-NetworkAdapter  
         $Result = foreach ($vNic in $VnicInfo) {  
           "{0}={1}"-f ($vnic.Name.split("")[2]), ($vNic.Type)  
         }  
         $Result -join (", ")  
 }  
 function Get-InternalHDD {  
   [CmdletBinding()]  
   param (  
     [Parameter(Mandatory=$True)]  
     [string[]]$VMName  
     )  
         $VMInfo = Get-VMGuest -VM $VMName # (get-vm $VMName).extensiondata  
         $InternalHDD = $VMInfo.ExtensionData.disk   
         $result = foreach ($vdisk in $InternalHDD) {  
           "{0}={1}GB/{2}GB"-f ($vdisk.DiskPath), ($vdisk.FreeSpace /1GB -as [int]),($vdisk.Capacity /1GB -as [int])  
         }  
         $result -join (", ")  
 }  
   foreach ($vm in (get-vm)) {  
     $props = @{'VMName'=$vm.Name;  
           'IP Address'= $vm.Guest.IPAddress[0]; #$VM.ExtensionData.Summary.Guest.IpAddress  
           'PowerState'= $vm.PowerState;  
           'Domain Name'= ($vm.ExtensionData.Guest.Hostname -split '\.')[1,2] -join '.';            
           'vCPU'= $vm.NumCpu;  
           'RAM(GB)'= $vm.MemoryGB;  
           'Total-HDD(GB)'= $vm.ProvisionedSpaceGB -as [int];  
           'HDDs(GB)'= ($vm | get-harddisk | select-object -ExpandProperty CapacityGB) -join " + "            
           'Datastore'= (Get-Datastore -vm $vm) -split ", " -join ", ";  
           'Partition/Size' = Get-InternalHDD -VMName $vm.Name  
           'Real-OS'= $vm.guest.OSFullName;  
           'Setting-OS' = $VM.ExtensionData.summary.config.guestfullname;  
           'EsxiHost'= $vm.VMHost;  
           'vCenter Server' = ($vm).ExtensionData.Client.ServiceUrl.Split('/')[2].trimend(":443")  
           'Hardware Version'= $vm.Version;  
           'Folder'= $vm.folder;  
           'MacAddress' = ($vm | Get-NetworkAdapter).MacAddress -join ", ";  
           'VMX' = $vm.ExtensionData.config.files.VMpathname;  
           'VMDK' = ($vm | Get-HardDisk).filename -join ", ";  
           'VMTools Status' = $vm.ExtensionData.Guest.ToolsStatus;  
           'VMTools Version' = $vm.ExtensionData.Guest.ToolsVersion;  
           'VMTools Version Status' = $vm.ExtensionData.Guest.ToolsVersionStatus;  
           'VMTools Running Status' = $vm.ExtensionData.Guest.ToolsRunningStatus;  
           'SnapShots' = ($vm | get-snapshot).count;  
           'DataCenter' = $vm | Get-Datacenter;  
           'vNic' = Get-VNICinfo -VMName $vm.name;  
           'PortGroup' = ($vm | Get-NetworkAdapter).NetworkName -join ", ";  
           'RDMs' = Get-RDMDisk -VMName $VM.name  
           #'Department'= ($vm | Get-Annotation)[0].value;  
           #'Environment'= ($vm | Get-Annotation)[1].value;  
           #'Project'= ($vm | Get-Annotation)[2].value;  
           #'Role'= ($vm | Get-Annotation)[3].value;  
           }  
     $obj = New-Object -TypeName PSObject -Property $Props  
     Write-Output $obj | select-object -Property 'VMName', 'IP Address', 'Domain Name', 'Real-OS', 'vCPU', 'RAM(GB)', 'Total-HDD(GB)' ,'HDDs(GB)', 'Datastore', 'Partition/Size', 'Hardware Version', 'PowerState', 'Setting-OS', 'EsxiHost', 'vCenter Server', 'Folder', 'MacAddress', 'VMX', 'VMDK', 'VMTools Status', 'VMTools Version', 'VMTools Version Status', 'VMTools Running Status', 'SnapShots', 'DataCenter', 'vNic', 'PortGroup', 'RDMs' # 'Folder', 'Department', 'Environment' 'Environment'  
   }  
 }  
 Get-VMinventory   

Output: 



You can let me know what else can I can add to fetch any other information regarding vm in this script. Keep on checking comment you might find some answers.

extra extended vm inventory using powershell Part 2


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