About Hyper-V performance counters

中田 郁二 IIM 1 Reputation point

A value called Guest Available Memory has been added to the Hyper-V performance counter,
I would like to know if this value is getting the value of Available Memory of the guest OS. If you know, please comment.

Thank you.

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  1. Limitless Technology 37,526 Reputation points

    Hello @中田 郁二 IIM

    Effectively, the \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Guest Available Memory counter collects the data for HyperV guest memory available (not the used, not the reserved, just the available)

    If you want more details onto Guest OS counters for memory maybe these would be also helpful:

    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Guest Available Memory  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Smart Paging Working Set Size  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Memory Remove Operations  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Removed Memory  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Memory Add Operations  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Added Memory  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Guest Visible Physical Memory  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Physical Memory  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Maximum Pressure  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Minimum Pressure  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Average Pressure  
    \Hyper-V Dynamic Memory VM(*)\Current Pressure  

    Hope this helps with your query,

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