Category Archives: Memory_management

Whats New in vSphere 6.0- vNUMA Enhancements

Before going into this post about vNUMA lets recall what NUMA is how it works. NUMA can be explained as follows: Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) is a computer memory design used in multiprocessing, where the memory access time depends on … Continue reading

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Does disabling Inter-VM TPS affect your environment

Before starting with this post I would like to recall what is TPS and what it does in a virtualized environment. Transparent page sharing is a method by which redundant copies of pages are eliminated. This helps to free memory … Continue reading

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