You can monitor the resources consumed by vCLS VMs and their health status.
vCLS VMs are not displayed in the inventory tree in the Hosts and Clusters tab. vCLS VMs from all clusters within a data center are placed inside a separate VMs and templates folder named vCLS. This folder and the vCLS VMs are visible only in the VMs and Templates tab of the vSphere Client. These VMs are identified by a different icon than regular workload VMs. You can view information about the purpose of the vCLS VMs in the Summary tab of the vCLS VMs.
You can monitor the resources consumed by vCLS VMs in the Monitor tab.
|VMDK size||245 MB (thin disk)|
|Hard disk||2 GB|
|Storage on datastore||480 MB (thin disk)|
You can monitor the health status of vCLS in the Cluster Services portlet displayed in the Summary tab of the cluster.
|Healthy||Green||If there is at least one vCLS VM running, the status remains healthy, regardless of the number of hosts in the cluster.|
|Degraded||Yellow||If there is no vCLS VM running for less than 3 minutes (180 seconds), the status is degraded.|
|Unhealthy||Red||If there is no vCLS VM running for 3 minutes or more, the status is unhealthy in a DRS enabled cluster.|