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You manage a vSphere environment, where command-line interfaces are frequently preferred for performing administration tasks. This allows administrators to specify the names of script files and snippets of code into their change request system for clarity. To support this approach, you need to identify a specific set of commands that can be used to change the current automation level for a DRS cluster.
- Determine which of the following tools is the best choice for implementing the necessary command: ESXi Shell, vMA, or PowerCLI.
- Interactively, use the tool to issue a set of commands that sets the automation level of the cluster to Fully Automated.
- You do not need to save the commands as a script file; just execute the commands interactively and verify that the automation level is set appropriately.
- DRS Cluster: Cluster-01
- vCenter Server: vcenter-01
VDCA510 Objective: 3.3 Implement and Maintain Complex DRS Solutions
VDCA550 Objective: 3.2 Implement and Manage Complex DRS Solutions
- Chapter 5 – VMware Distributed Resource Scheduler - Use PowerCLI to Configure DRS
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- Use PowerCLI, issue commands to connect to the vCenter Server.
- Use the following command to set the automation level:
Set-Cluster Cluster-01 –DRSEnabled $True -DrsAutomationLevel FullyAutomated