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Hi Experts,
I am learnig for my next exam.
I will make the exam on the 9.9.2010 and I have a question with different answers. Can you help me to find out the correct answer ?

Which of the folling can be configured or modified from the Resource Allocation tab of a DRS cluster ( Choose two)

A: share priority for resource pools in the cluster
B: virtual machine CPU share value
C: expandable reservation for resource pools in the cluster
D: virtual machine memory reservation

On the inter net I find two different answers. BD and AC
But what is the truth ?

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M. Rashel Ahmed earned 250 total points
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BD is correct since the performance of virtual servers depends on the resources of the virtual host machine.

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are you sure ?
Do you have a more detailed explaination ?
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B & D are the correct answers, I have just double checked on my VC
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ok thanks my friends
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