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This selection is made when you create vRPAs from the OVF wizard in the vSphereWeb Client.NOTICEBy default, all RAM is reserved and vCPU reservation is set to 3400MHz.If required, you can add memory and CPU resources after initial OVA deployment. Foreach vRPA, power off the vRPA, select Edit Settings for the vRPA VM, and add theneeded resources.For details and examples, refer to theRecoverPoint for Virtual Machines Scale andPerformance Guide.I/O throttlingI/O throttling is used to slow down storage reads that are part of the initialization(full-sweep) process.I/O throttling mitigates the negative impact of initialization on productionperformance. As a result, however, the initialization process may take longer thanexpected.The initial default I/O throttling behavior varies according to the RecoverPoint forVMs product release. The default behavior is valid for both new installs and upgradesto the release.RecoverPoint for VMs releaseInitial default I/O throttling behavior5.2.0.1 and earlierNot enabled5.2.0.2 and 5.2.0.3Enabled at "low" level (200 MBps)5.2.0.4 and laterEnabled at custom level (400 MBps)Preparing to install RecoverPoint for VMsDell EMC RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines Installation and Deployment Guide21
You can use theconfig_io_throttlingSysmgmt CLI command to set the I/Othrottling setting.For more information on I/O throttling, see theRecoverPoint for Virtual Machines Scaleand Performance Guideand theRecoverPoint for Virtual Machines CLI Reference Guide.Choosing a network adapter topologyRecoverPoint for VMs supports LAN, WAN, and data interfaces distributed acrossmultiple network adapters or combined into one. The choice depends on therequirements for high availability and performance.Combining multiple interfaces on one network adapter is recommended for smallenvironments. The advantage is a smaller network footprint and ease of installationand management.Where high availability and performance are desired, you should separate the LAN andWAN interfaces from the data interfaces (recommended for most installations). Foreven better performance, place each network on a separate virtual switch.Decide which of these network adapter topologies you need:One network adapterWAN + LAN + Data combinedFewer IP addresses to create and manageNot for high availability solutionsTwo network adapters (the default and recommended configuration)WAN + LAN combined, Data separatedBetter performance, high availabilityTwo network adaptersLAN + Data combined, WAN separatedBetter performance, high availabilityDHCP for LAN is not supportedThree network adaptersWAN, LAN, and Data separatedBetter performance, high availabilityDHCP for LAN is not supportedFour network adaptersWAN and LAN separated, Data separated on two dedicated network adaptersCompatible with previous releasesBest performance and high availabilityDHCP for LAN is not supportedNOTICEBeginning with RecoverPoint for VMs 5.2.1, IPv6 is supported on vRPA

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