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Virtual Machine keep going to suspended mood(Esxi 5)

Posted on 2012-03-12
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hi
I have installed windows 7 Enterprices as VM ,
this vm was 4 other vms..

this server has 8 gb of ram

so i have 1+1+500M +1 = 3.5GB ram is using by 4 vms

but this windows 7 is keep going to Suspended state .

but dont understand why ..

I am not seeing any error or alarm ..
can any one please help me ..
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Thats because Windows 7 has Power Management enabled.

Disable and it will stop going into suspend, hibernate
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Create a Custom Power Management Scheme, and change everything to NEVER.

Power Management not applicable to VMs.
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Of Course, this is in the Windows 7 VM Guest OS.
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by:fosiul01
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yup thats it
i just changed to never.

i will wait 30 min, then i will close the question
thanks again for quick response
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