mahmn
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Vcenter disk is growing, how to move?

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Here is the list of disks that are associated with our vcenter which is managing for nodes.

The disks have been created automatically and they reside on an SSD. I would like to know is it fine to move the disks to another volume (an HDD)? Because the disk sizes are growing and the SSD on the node is 512GB.

How can I move the disks then? The vcenter is no off.

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Nawals
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You can migrate the vCenter vm power on state to another available datastore. If you are looking to migrate specific disk that you can also do however suggest to move complete vCenter VM.  Migration procedure is very simple, Right click on VM and click on migrate option, And follow the wizard to migrate the vm.

NKS Please Mark Helpful/correct if my answer resolve your query.

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Nawals
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You can migrate the vCenter vm power on state to another available datastore. If you are looking to migrate specific disk that you can also do however suggest to move complete vCenter VM.  Migration procedure is very simple, Right click on VM and click on migrate option, And follow the wizard to migrate the vm.

NKS Please Mark Helpful/correct if my answer resolve your query.

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mahmn
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Yes. Thank you very much.

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