ServerView is designed to be used with either Fujitsu ROK versions of the Windows media, or standard Microsoft retail media. If you are using media such as volume licensing or eval copies, then the results could be undefined. It may or may not work.
Best bet is to find your necessary RAID drivers from the download site, then do a "native" install - once installed you can add the ServerView Agent package manually then use the update component of ServerView System Monitor to bring everything else up to date
I haven't yet tried Davie's suggestion(above) as I decided to wait for Microsoft's updated Hyper-V server 2019 release. Now that's available I download SERVERHYPERCORE_OEM_x64FRE from Microsoft and attempted to run the (SeverView 13.19.01) installation. Selected these options: - Deployment = Typical - Hypervisor = Microsoft Hyper V - Hyper-V Server 2019 Core
Installation error. Reason: An invalid OS media provided.
This is a new Primergy server with valid installation media. Id expect it to work without having to go through the native installation workaround.