kiwi.voice at gmail
Apr 24, 2012, 9:07 AM
Just discoverd that looks like all available DIMM is used up. However, I'm
Re: UCS & Cisco UC VM configuration
still interested to know whether is there any major difference if it's no
longer a TRC. Will there by any potential support issue?
On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 12:02 AM, Ki Wi <kiwi.voice [at] gmail> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> My customer recently purchased the UCS "UC bundle" which is C210M2 TRC#1
> (UCS-C210M2-VCD2). I read that if i remove RAM from the UCS, anything
> lesser than the amount specified in TRC, it is no longer considered as TRC
> (tested reference config), i must follow spec based VM support. Is there
> any major difference? Will cisco tac give me any trouble?
> The reason is each UC VM on average used 6gb. I can only host up to 4 UC
> VM (assuming each VM needs 2vCPU) in each UCS . Including overhead, the
> most I will be using 30gb of ram. I can at least remove 16GB from each UCS.
> I have dedicated UCS just to run "3rd party VM" not supported by cisco
> such as Windows server OS. I would like to give this UCS more ram since
> there's no silly limitation such as ===> applications require a 1:1 mapping
> of VM vCPU cores to physical CPU cores.
> Ki Wi