The page file for a Windows guest operating system or the swap partition for a Linux guest operating system is

The page file for a Windows guest operating system or the swap partition for a Linux guest operating system is created by.

A.
the ESXi host

B.
the guest operating system

C.
vCenter server

D.
the VMFS datastore

2 Comments on “The page file for a Windows guest operating system or the swap partition for a Linux guest operating system is

  1. FREDwa says:

    See “http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-4-esx-vcenter/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.resourcemanagement.doc_41/managing_memory_resources/c_swap_file_location.html”. Answer should be A…

  2. George says:

    The correct answer is B. In windows the page file is created when you power on after setup. In Linux it is specified during the installation wizard through partitioning. The swap file created by the ESXi host is the memory paging file and it is equal to the allocated memory minus the reserved memory.


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