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I'm building a UC on UCS spec as per the design guide, and for this particular customer I'm speccing a larger server than normal due to their requirements.
That part code... R-VMW-UC-FND5-K9. Allows for 2 CPU's, which is fine, but only 32Gb of vRAM. I'm going with the 240 server TRC#1, which has 96Gb. What VMWare support should I be adding or replacing with?
I have the same problem except 48gb instead of 32gb. As this is a demo/training box I am actually happy to run on 32GB. Is there a way to disable memory from a licence perspective without shutting down the whole system and physically removing it?
To my knowledge the only way you can do that is to pull memory out. I was told by PDI to install vSphere Standard to address the 48GB Memory.
What we recommend would be the vSphere Standard. You can choose from 1yr to 5yr support.
Just use the serial number for ESXi 5.1 with all the vRAM conserning limitations removed.
I hope I'm correct on this one. VMware and their license changes are extremely irritating.
Please use the below SKU for as recommended for vSphere standard and there is no limitation for RAM, one per 1 CPU.from 1 to 5year support.
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