An Administrator is configuring a VMware HA Cluster for three hosts and their resident VMs. The HA cluster will be configured to support a single host failure and resource considerations must be enforced during a failover event. To accomplish this task?
Each host in the cluster must be able to accommodate the VM with the largest configured available memory
All potential remaining hosts during a failure event must be able to accommodate the sum total of all VM memory configurations
There must be enough cluster resources based on memory and CPU reservations to account for any potential host failure
Each host in the cluster must be able to accommodate the VM with the highest CPU limit value
vSphere Availability Guide ESX ESXi vCenter Server, Page 11.
VMware HA provides high availability for virtual machines by pooling them and the hosts they reside on into a cluster. Hosts in the cluster are monitored and in the event of a failure, the virtual machines on a failed host are restarted on alternate hosts. Therefore there should be sufficient capacity to support any single host failover, (C)