Upgarde VM Resourses Core/RAM without downtime ?

Taha Kamal Lv1Posted 15 Sep 2022 20:27



I want to upgarde VM Resourses like core and RAM without downtime? please share the details if any one done this before in sangfor HCI

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HiHi,

The CPU & Memory Hot Add can be edited only VM is shut down mode & only some systems support this function.
Please check whether the system supports this function on the VM editing page.

Please find below screen capture for your Ref:
Hot add CPU.png Hot add Ram.png
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rivsy Lv3Posted 19 Sep 2022 10:27
  
It is impossible to upgrade the CPU and RAM without shutting down the VM. For the storage it is possible to upgrade it without shutting down

o upgrade storage:
Log into the vSphere that hosts the desktop.
In the inventory view, right click on the desktop from the list of VMs.
Click Edit Settings.
In the Hardware tab, update the value for Hard disk to the desired amount.
Through the vSphere console, log into the desktop.
In Windows, click on Start.
Right click on Computer.
Click on Manage.
Click on Disk Management under Storage.
Right click on the disk you want to extend.
Click Extend
Follow the wizard to complete the extension.
sytryiu Posted 19 Sep 2022 11:03
  
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Newbie517762 Lv2Posted 19 Sep 2022 12:31
  
HiHi,

The CPU & Memory Hot Add can be edited only VM is shut down mode & only some systems support this function.
Please check whether the system supports this function on the VM editing page.

Please find below screen capture for your Ref:
Hot add CPU.png Hot add Ram.png
Imran Tahir Lv3Posted 19 Sep 2022 15:52
  

thank you for the update
kmrnliaqat Lv2Posted 19 Sep 2022 18:51
  
Thanks for the information
kmrnliaqat Lv2Posted 19 Sep 2022 18:52
  
Thanks for the information
Faisal P Lv8Posted 19 Sep 2022 22:53
  
Live migration is typically defined as the migration of virtual machines (VMs) from one host to another with as minimal interruption
jetjetd Lv4Posted 20 Sep 2022 00:51
  
Majority of the virtualization platforms, if you want to make some changes with CPU and RAM, you have to shutdown the VM first.
Newbie308427 Lv3Posted 20 Sep 2022 01:32
  
Hot Plug option itself for vCpu\vRam must be activated on powered off VM. And it is true for all of hypervisors

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