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How to view more vCenter Tasks & Events ?

When we are troubleshooting anything in vCenter we always first look at Tasks & Events of the vCenter Server. Because it will give you the list of which events & tasks occurred in environment. By default vSphere Windows Client shows less Tasks & Events so in this post I will show you how you can increase the value of Tasks & Events shown.

View More vCenter Tasks & Events :-

Step 1:
Login to vSphere Client.

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Step 2:
Click on Edit Menu.
Choose “Client Settings”.

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Step 3:
Choose Lists Tab.
In the First Option Tasks & Events you can see the default Page Size is 100.
You can Increase it to 1000 max.
Click OK to save & close.

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Now you can have 1000 events & tasks shown in the Tasks & Events so you can see the more Tasks and Events on each vSphere Objects.

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About Mayur Parmar

Hi I am Mayur Parmar. Independent Author & Founder of Mastering VMware. I am working in IT industry for more than 2 Years with knowledge of VMware , Microsoft Server’s, Linux Server’s.

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2 comments

  1. Hi MAYUR,

    After taking backup of the VM from VCenter i’m able to find the task of same day but but i don’t find the Events.

    Even i’ve increased the page size but no luck. please help me out. Before it was working fine.

    Vcenter 5.5 build 3252642
    ESXi 5.5 build 2068190

    • @noorulla there might be the bug in the specific build or there can be any reason that need to be checked.
      We directly can’t say on this.

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