any chance you can put some light on "reserved MHz" part that is added in brackets when describing number and speed of vCPU cores for particular OVA template? I understand number of vCPUs and speed but I don't have a clue what "xyz MHz reserved" means. Here is one example from OVA template for CUCM 8.6:
Reservation specifies the guaranteed reservation for a virtual machine. The server allows you to power on a virtual machine only if the CPU and memory reservation is available. The server guarantees that amount even when the physical server is heavily loaded. The reservation is expressed in concrete units (MHz or MB). When resources are not used, the ESX Server host makes them available to other virtual machines.
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