I already checked that article . That article is NSX 6.2.3 .. We are running NSX 6.3.2 where we dont get " reservation any more ". Please see screenshot .There is no option of "resource reservation " or any way to define CPU .
Please help me out .
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Try to identify what is causing such CPU usage.
I had once similar situation when edge got hit by 100% cpu usage out of nowhere and it was caused by overload of the incoming network traffic from the internet:
1. There was rate limit on this particular network
2. This particular network got impacted by the ddos
3. Internet routers started to drop about 50% of incoming packets in order to stay within the rate limit
4. NSX Edge started to consume 100% CPU - it was busy trying to maintain TCP sessions, retransmitting dropped packets, and such