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25 Ekim 2013 Cuma

vSphere 5.1 ve vSphere 5.5 maksimum konfigürasyon karşılaştırması

FeaturesvSphere 5.1vSphere 5.5
Logical CPUs per host160320
Physical RAM per host2  TB4 TB
NUMA nodes per host816
Maximum vCPUs per host20484096
Max Size of Virtual RDM2TB62 TB
VM Hardware Version910
40 GBps physical Adapter supportNoyes
ESXi Free version RAM limit32 GB unlimited
ESXi Free version maximum vSMP8-way virtual SMP8-way virtual SMP
16 GB fibre channel End-to-End supportSupport to run these HBAs at 16Gb. However, there is no support for full, end-to-end 16Gb connectivity from host to array.Yes
vFlash Read Cache supportNoYes
VMware VSAN supportNoYes
Expanded v-GPU and G-GPU supportonly NVIDIANVIDIA, AMD and Intel GPU
vCenter Server Appliance With  Embedded Database support upto5 Hosts and 50 Virtual  Machines100 Hosts and 3000 Virtual Machines 
Microsoft Windows 2012 Cluster SupportNoYes
PDL (Permanent Device Loss) AutoRemoveNoIntroduced in vSphere 5.5
Graphics acceleration support for Linux Guest OSNoYes
Hot-pluggable SSDPCIe devicesNoYes
Support for Reliable Memory TechnologyNoYes
CPU C-state EnhancementHost power management leveraged only the performance state (P-state), which kept the processor running at a lower frequency and voltageProcessor power state (C-state) also is used, providing additional power savings and increased Performance
 LSI SAS support for Oracle Solaris 11 OSNoYes
vSphere Big Data ExtensionsNoYes
SATA-based virtual device nodes via AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface) supportNoYes (Support upto 120 devices per VM)
Improved LACP Supportone LACP group per distributed switchSupports up to 64
Multiple point-in-time replicasvSphere Replication kept only the most recent copy of a virtual machineVersion 5.5 can keep up to 24 historical snapshots 

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