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Hello Experts,

I have purchased a hosted ESXi Server with 32Mb of memory. I allocated memory to various VM's, see image. Can someone let me know how I tell if the amount of memory allocated to the VM's exceeds the total memory of the ESXi server?

Cheers

Carlton
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
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if you have 32GB in the HOST.

Does the total you've allocated to the VMs exceed 32GB ?

Currently IN USE is approx 75% of host memory.

It's at 22GB, or 32GB available.

So total up the memory allocated to all your VMs, does it exceed 32GB?
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Hi Andrew,

Thanks for responding. The total memory allocated is just over 20GB.

Many thanks
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Thanks again Andrew
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