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如何移除vRealize Operation Manager中的默认仪表板

不知道VMware在设计vRealize Operation Manager (vROps)时是怎么想的,默认的仪表板竟然无法移除。官方也明确表示暂时没有办法。在网上搜了一下,唯一有一篇论坛的帖子提到这个问题,但也没有一个解决方案。


通过仔细阅读vROps官方文档,我找到了一个不算完美的方法,简单来说需要把vROps左侧面板的“Content”和默认的仪表板隐含掉。可以使用OPS-CLI命令行工具针对单独账号、组、全局来隐含默认的仪表板。vROps的文档读起来有些乱,搞不太懂那些参数什么意思,花了点儿时间才知道怎么运行这些命令。以下是隐含仪表板的命令行。

# cd $ALIVE_BASE/tools/vcopscli/
# ./vcops-cli.sh dashboard hide test "Recommendations"


上面这条命令可以针对用户“test”把“Recommendation”仪表板隐含掉。你也可以把用户"test"替换为"group:Users"或者"all"来实现针对用户组“Users”或者全局的隐含。以下是对应的命令行:

# ./vcops-cli.sh dashboard hide group:Users "Recommendations"
# ./vcops-cli.sh dashboard hide all "Recommendations"

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