VSA proxy size?

Last post 10-05-2017, 8:22 AM by adm_hap. 0 replies.
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  • VSA proxy size?
    Posted: 10-05-2017, 8:22 AM


    Can anyone shed any light on why even the extra small VSA proxy for a VM, requires the specifications outlined in BoL?

    Extra Small

    Extra Small

    Up to 15 TB BET

    2 CPU cores, 16 GB RAM (or 2 vCPUs/24 GB)

    200 GB usable disk, min 2 spindles 15K RPM

    5 TB to 10 TB FET

    Compared with previous versions, this appears to me, working in a different way. Particular in relation to now stating BET and FET sizes.

    Thoughts more than welcome to help get me some clarity.

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