If any one of the configuration options listed in the above tables is used at its maximum limit value, the ESXi host and vCenter Server with default configuration should be able to withstand the values.

If more than one configuration options (such as number of virtual machines, number of LUNs, and number of VDS ports) are used at their maximum limit, some of the processes running on the host might run out of memory. This might cause the host to keep disconnecting from the vCenter Server. In such a case, you need to increase the memory pool for these host processes so that the host can withstand the workload you are planning. You need to increase your memory pool size in correlation to the number of configuration options you are using at the maximum value.