The CI record of a virtual machine does not have "Is Virtual" flag set.
To troubleshoot the reason behind this, you will need to follow the below steps:
1- First, check if the VM should have the flag set. Out of the box, we only set "Is Virtual" flag for the following types:
- Amazon AWS VM: This is set through the AWS Cloud Management discovery and the population of the relationships
- Azure VM: This is set through Azure Cloud Management discovery and the population of the relationships
- SolarisZone: Through 'Virtual Computer Check' Business Rule
- HyperV: Through 'Virtual Computer Check' Business Rule
- VMware: Through 'Virtual Computer Check' Business Rule
Business rule (BR):
Therefore, if the VM is not virtualized by one of the above 5 virtualizations then it is not supported.
2- Now, if the VM is one of the types checked by the BR:
- Make sure that the conditions for running the BR are met. It is triggered if:
current.serial_number.changes() || current.serial_number.hasValue() || current.correlation_id.changes() || current.correlation_id.hasValue()
- If the above conditions are met, then check the conditions for setting each VM type to virtual as follows:
- For SolarisZone: The CI needs to have a serial_number that starts with "zone-"
- For VMware: The CI needs to have a serial_number that starts with "vmware-"
- For HyperV: The serial number/s of the VM must match the serial number/s of the discovered HyperV instance/s