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Azure migrate disk assessment

Does anyone know how azure migrate handles on premise disk constraints when performing an assessment? E.g will it read disk queues when advising on the disk type to use within azure?

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Hello @JamieChilds-0424
Sorry for the delay in response to your query.

We are checking on this internally with the concerned team and will get back to you with an update. In the meanwhile, you can refer to this link - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/migrate/concepts-assessment-calculation#what-data-does-the-appliance-collect

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@SadiqhAhmed-MSFT kindly answer this one .

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@AsiyaAliAdfolksLLC-8545 Appreciate your patience in this matter!

Doc link: Questions about discovery, assessment, and dependency analysis in Azure Migrate - Azure Migrate | Microsoft Docs

If the issue still persists, please create a support case so that we can help debug the issue.




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From the XML that you shared, it looks like all the performance counters are missing for these VMs. Can you please ensure that:
• If the VMs are powered on for the duration for which you are creating the assessment
• If all of the performance counters are missing, ensure that outbound connections on ports 443 (HTTPS) are allowed.
• Connection status of the assessment agent is connected and you can see a latest datetime on the last heartbeat (To check this, click on the number of assessment from the Server Assessment tile > Under Manage, click on Appliances > and you can see agents under Agent health)


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@JamieChilds-0424 Thanks for your patience in this matter!

For storage sizing in an Azure VM assessment, Azure Migrate tries to map each disk that is attached to the machine to an Azure disk. The sizing logic changes with the Sizing criteria chosen in the assessment properties as below:
• As on-premises: The assessment logic does not consider the performance history of disks and only looks at the on-premises disk size and storage type specified in assessment properties to recommend appropriate disk type. Possible storage types are Standard HDD, Standard SSD, and Premium.
• Performance-based: Along with the disk size and storage type, the logic also considers IOPS and throughput of individual disks to find the appropriate disk in Azure. More details here


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Azure Migrate Assessment Report- CPU usage % and memory usage % missing for Hyper-V, Please help.



I checked with the port it's enabled and also VMs are up and running.


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@SadiqhAhmed-MSFT please help with the above query

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@AsiyaAliAdfolksLLC-8545 Could you please share the screenshot of assessment report or the XLS if any?

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