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Must read white paper: Persistent Memory performance with vSphere 6.7


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Today I noticed this whitepaper titled: Persistent Memory Performance on vSphere 6.7. An intriguing topic for sure as it is something “relatively new and something I haven’t encountered too much in the field. Yes, I talk about Persistent Memory, aka NVDIMMs, in my talks usually but then it typically relates to vSAN. I have not […]

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I have memory pages swapped, can vSphere unswap them?


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“I have memory pages swapped out to disk, can vSphere swap them back in to memory again” is one of those questions that comes up occasionally. A while back I asked the engineering team why we don’t “swap in” pages when memory contention is lifted. There was no real good answer for it other than it […]

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