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How to check size of VMs under vCenter

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Hi,

I have got 430 VMs machines running under three ESXi host, can you please guide me best way to check VM size running under these hosts. I would like to check if any of these VMs are crossing 128 GBs, please check following KB article from VMware.

http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2090639
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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First you will need to check the sizes of your VM disks, those greater than 128GB could be affected.

I would use RV Tools from here

http://www.robware.net/

Do you have backups of VMs, after they were grown with CBT enabled, if so as per Article, discard the Incremental backups.
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Thanks for your help
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