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How many snapshots can be created on a VD (Virtual Disk)?

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  • carlosdl
    The answer could be different depending on the virtualization product you use. Please provide more details.
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  • Chippy088
    The obvious answer is devide the size of the VirtualDisk by the size of the snapshot. Of course that is the easy answer. If this is not a homework question then reveu the following items Are the snapshots of a defined size? Are they of only 1 machine, or several different ones (servers, workstations etc which will give varying snapshot sizes)? How big is your VM disk? Is the VM disk a constant size or does it expand as needed? in which case this is a badly thought out question. Snapshots can be different sizes, so this question can't be answered as it stands.
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    [...] How many snapshots can be created on a VD (Virtual Disk)? asked by Enhancetech and answered by MrDenny, CarlosDL, [...]
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