03 août 2009

Second vswp file when doing a VMotion with vSphere?

I was just reading this topic on the VMTN community. In short, a second vswp file gets created during a VMotion. As the starter of this topic noticed it could lead to not being able to VMotion VMs if you don’t have enough free disk space on your VMFS volume. One of my UK colleagues, David Burgess, jumped in and explained what is happening during the VMotion and why this temporary vswp file is being created. Read it, it’s useful info:It is only used if the target is under memory pressure. It is thin provisioned so even though it... [Lire la suite]
Posté par jcdemarque à 14:46 - - Permalien [#]
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