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On CPU Shares, what does the following mean

Low
NOrmal
HIgh

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And how do you perform a CUSTOMER

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If you think of a processor as a cake. (100%) round.

Normal is the default share.

High Share, you get more of the cake. (CPU)

Low Share, you get less of the cake. (CPU)

We normally use Normal for all our VMs, under normal circumstances, when the ESXi host is not over commited.
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