Again, new to VMT and I am wondering why it would tell me to reduce memory on a system from 1.0gb to 0.0 GB ?
In this case, VMTurbo is recommending to actually remove the limit. We've most likely picked up demand that would put performance at risk if this limit were present.
I've got a question regarding this too - more like a suggestion:
I really think that the wording on this recommendation needs to be changed (and if VMturbo is actually setting the limit to 0 if allowed full automation on resizes, then the ACTION must be changed too!).
In VCenter 5.5, and presumably in VCenter 6 as well, you can certainly change the VMem limit to 0. This is a BAD IDEA. BAD THINGS HAPPEN to VM's when you do this.
Instead, if you change the limit to "Unlimited", which I think is the real intent of this recommendation, then the VM continues to operate normally and VMturbo is free to grow the memory size of the VM.
Yes, the wording is confusing here. For your knowledge, the actual action that VMTurbo will execute will be to set the limit to "Unlimited" (and not 0...cause 0 = BAD).
I will add this as an Enhancement Request on your behalf. Thanks for bringing this up on the Green Circle!
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