I have dedicated server with one physical CPU (socket) and 64GB RAM. I have ESXi 5 installed trial for 60 days (I didn't apply any licence and it is coming to an end). I have 5 virtual machines using about 50GB of RAM.
Now I need to apply some licence key. When I registered at vmware.com and downloaded ESXi 5 i got some free licence key and when I tried to enter it, it said "vRAM per CPU entitlement 32 GB". What exactly does this means? I read something about it and as I understood it means that all my VM can use only 32GB of RAM, all of them? Is that correct? If so, that really sucks.
And if it is true, what licence I need to buy so that all my virtual machines can continue to work. I asked also at vmware.com but they still don't answer me.
Thanks in advance. I would really appreciate your help.
OK. Sorry for bad question. It just cost me a ban, so I can't ask questions any more. Although this is a place to post questions and answers (can you imagine)? Anyway, I figured this out. Licencing model has changed. It is based on number of physical processors.