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VMWare, CPU Reservation

Posted on 2014-01-08
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For the CPU reservation (which apparently reserves how much CPU the VM gets in exclusion of the hypervisor)  I go to :

VM->Edit Settings->CPU's->Resources->CP

So if I set the CPU Reservation to its max, and on another run I want to get it back to a default, how do I find the default since it is set to a new value

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The Default is

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Reservation 0 MHz

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this means, no reservation.

A reservation guarantees that CPU MHz value at all times.
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