VMware ESXi VM cannot be attached to dvSwitch due to port is full ?

I'm unable to deploy and attach new VM into my Distributed vSwitch anymore:

Reconfigure virtual machine PRODTMG2010-VM The resource vim.dvs.DistributedVirtualPort is not available in vim.dvs.DistributedVirtualPortgroup VLAN_Internal.

How can I fix that issue ?
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Senior IT System EngineerIT ProfessionalAuthor Commented:
Abhisek, I do not use Cisco 1000V so that article is not relevant.
Just increase port number of Distributed Virtual Switch.
Default is 128 ports per one
vmware somehow hints distributed virtual switches are sized automatically, but so far it did not happen.
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Senior IT System EngineerIT ProfessionalAuthor Commented:
Yeah, that's what I have thought so.
The total VMs I have is less than 200 but why it was failed ?
Do you have a problem flipping it to maximum 4095 ports ?
Senior IT System EngineerIT ProfessionalAuthor Commented:
Gheist, yes the problem is that I do not want to cause unwanted downtime for all of the VM managed by the VCenter and also not sure what to do to achieve that ?
There is no downtime involved at all. It does not even reconfigure switch on hosts.
Thank you and welcome.
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