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Hyper-V Event Logs and what it represents

Hyper-V Configure

Events are logged here that relate to problems access a virtual machine
configuration files

Hyper-V High-Availability

Events are logged here that relate to quick migration or failover clustering
between two virtual machines

Hyper-V-Hypervisor

Events are logged here that relate to problems with the Hypervisor itself,
or if the Hypervisor fails to load because of a problem. If the Hypervisor
doesn’t load because hardware virtualization is not enabled in the Bios, the
event will not be logged here

Hyper-V-Integration

Events are logged here that relate to problems with the integration
components

Hyper-V-Network

Events are logged here that relate to problems with the virtual switch

Hyper-V-SynthNic

Events are logged here that relate to network communication using the
synthetic NIC

Hyper-V-SynthStor

Events are logged here that relate to any storage issues when using the
synthetic storage

Hyper-V-vhdsvc (Hyper-V-Image-management service)

Events are logged here that relate to virtual hard disks. Failures to add.
Delete merge, expand convert and mount virtual hard disks will write events
to this log

Hyper-V-VMMS

Events are logged here that relate to the Virtual Machine management service

Hyper-V-Worker

Events are logged here that relate to the worker processes functionally.

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  1. Alex
    January 4, 2012 at 4:58 am

    Is there a way to enable verbose logging of the Hyper-V activity, particularly the Hyper-V High-Availability and Hyper-V-Network? Thank you in advance for the reply!

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