How to find Used Reservation


Let’s first find resource pools
[vSphere PowerCLI] C:\SysI> Get-ResourcePool

Name                 Id
----                 --
Classic              ResourcePool-pool0
ESXi                 ResourcePool-pool1
Windows              ResourcePool-pool2
vApps                ResourcePool-pool3
Resources            ResourcePool-ha-root-pool
Let’s check things in classic resource pool
[vSphere PowerCLI] C:\SysI> (Get-ResourcePool -Name classic).MemReservationMB
4304
Now what is 4304 MB. It is memory reservation for resource pool classic. So, how is this calculated ?
 
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It is worst case allocation i.e. 2152 X 2 =4304

From where do we get worse case allocation ?

Worst case allocation = (memory or CPU) reservation + overhead reservation

                          = 2048 + 104

                          = 2152

Where to find over head reservation for a virtual machine?

Go to resource allocation tab of the virtual machine.

See 104.00 MB encircled in Blue.

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Now let’s go to root resource pool as shown in the picture below

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Now Reserved Capacity is explained above, next thing remains is Overhead Reservation. Overhead Reservation is summation of all overhead reservation for all virtual machine

Available capacity = Total Capacity – Reserved Capacity

                             = 9843 – 5124

                             = 4719

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