I recently started trying to create a setup that can monitor CPU and RAM usage on a remote server. After quite a bit of thinking I created a SQL database and shell script that saved outputted data into the DB. This wasn’t ideal for remote servers so I created a poor man’s API with Node …
So I did find out that when you assign a VM vCPUs in ESXi you have to consider queuing. Consider if you have a host with 8 threads and give a VM 8 and then another VM a single one. If that VM with one vCPU is running at 100% that VM with 8 is …
I recently came across a neat article on VMWare over provisioning and what are considered best practices. Something I always thought was that as long as CPUs are in use on the host you can keep handing out vCPUs. It appears that you start reaching points where the hypervisor needs to queue up workloads so …
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