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I am new to VMware 4.1.0 and need some guidance on where to start. Is there a particular setting for creating Pools, what is a typical VM resource? Any information will be greatly appreciated. I don’t want to go too low or too high with settings.
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Unless you have specific org requirments that state certain servers (VMs) need to have certain specific resource requirements (CPU/memory), you shouldn't need to create resource pools. vSphere does a good job allocating resources where they are needed.

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If you are needing to create RPs, you can read more about them in the Resource Mgmt Guide, pg. 43:
http://www.vmware.com/pdf/vsphere4/r41/vsp_41_resource_mgmt.pdf

Hope that helps.

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