Method used to check whether a VM's memory has been adjusted


You cannot check whether a VM's memory has been adjusted.

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Method used to check whether a VM is registered
You can use the one-click check tool to check whether a VM is registered.

Steps for adjusting a VM's memory specifications
You can adjust a VM's memory specifications as follows: 1. On FusionCompute, click VM and Template. 2. Click the name of the target VM. 3. On the Hardware tab, click Memory. 4. Enter a memory size for the VM. 5. Set the parameters under Memory Resource Control: Quota specifies the memory weight a VM can obtain in resource contention. This defines the VM's relative priority or importance. Reserved (MB) specifies the minimum physical memory reserved for the VM. If Reserved (MB) is set to 0, the system reserves the minimum memory resources required for the VM. 6. Click OK. 7. Click OK. 8. Restart the VM.

Methods used to adjust VM configurations online
VM CPU and memory specifications can be modified online, but any changes will only take effect after a restart. Virtual disks (only data disks, this does not include system disks) can be mounted to or unmounted from a VM in offline mode. Virtual NICs can also be added or removed to increase or decrease a VM's number of NICs. This feature satisfies user requirements for multi-NICs.

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