A company has been utilizing templates in its environment. It is running a 10-node ESXi 5.x Cluster and DRS has not been configured. Several virtual machines have been deployed from this template and successfully powered on, but a newly deployed virtual machine will not power on. There appears to be adequate CPU and Memory resources available on the host. Which three things can be done to allow more virtual machines to be deployed into the cluster from this template? (Choose three.)
Deploy the virtual machine to a different host using the same datastore
Enable DRS on the cluster to balance the virtual load out across hosts
Increase the virtual machine memory reservation
Move the swap file to a different location
Select a different datastore for the virtual machine
Quote from KB:
If you make reservations for your virtual machine’s that are equal to the amount of RAM assigned to them, swapping and page sharing does not occur. You can over commit pretty heavily if you are comfortable with poorer performance. If you do not set reservations, ESX host creates a .vswp file equal to the difference between the amount of physical memory assigned to the virtual machine and the reservation it has. By default, memory reservations are set to 0. If you have a virtual machine with 2GB of memory without a reservation, it creates a 2GB .vswp file when it is powered on. The virtual machine starts using the .vswp file if the server is out of physical RAM. If you set a 1GB reservation, it creates a 1GB .vswp file. The .vswp files are what allows for memory overcommitment.