NIS as an LDAP Server
Override Failover Order
The datastores planned for the solution are used by different vSphere clusters.
A datastore planned for the solution is configured as a Raw Device Mapping file.
A datastore planned for the solution has three extents.
A datastore planned for the solution is configured as NFS.
The organization has an Enterprise license.
Set a CPU reservation for the virtual machine.
Increase the CPU limit on the virtual machine.
Decrease CPU shares equally for all virtual machines on the host.
Increase CPU shares equally for all virtual machines on the host.
NFS 4.1 datastore does not support Fault Tolerance (FT)
VMFS3 and VMFS5 datastores can be newly created
NFS datastore can be concurrently mounted using NFS 4.1 on one host and NFS on another
NFS 3.0 datastore does not support Fault Tolerance (FT)
Remote Storage has been disconnected.
Installation media is available.
Server hardware clock is set to UTC.
Storage has been partitioned with a VMFS volume.
Network cards have been setup to use Jumbo Frames.
The VM inherits the resource settings of the resource pool if expandable reservations is enabled.
The VM's reservations and limits are ignored and removed.
The VM keeps the 2GHz CPU reservation but receives the 1GB memory reservation.
The VM keeps the 2GHz CPU reservation and the 1GB Memory limit. question_answerVIEW ANSWER