You can monitor and configure the content library service settings across different vCenter Server instances. This advanced configuration ensures the consistency in your environment.
Verify that you are a member of the SystemConfiguration.Administrators group in the vCenter Single Sign-On domain.
- Navigate to .
- From the Content Libraries pane, select a library and click Advanced.
The Advanced Configuration dialog box opens.
- Configure the parameters.
Configuration Parameter Description Library Auto Sync Enabled Enables automatic synchronization of subscribed content libraries. Library Auto Sync Refresh Interval (minutes) Interval between two consequent automatic synchronizations of the subscribed content library. Measured in minutes. Library Auto Sync Setting Refresh Interval (seconds) Interval after which the refresh interval for the automatic synchronization settings of the subscribed library will be updated if it has been changed. Measured in seconds. If you change the refresh interval, you must restart the vCenter Server system. Library Auto Sync Start Hour The time of the day when the automatic synchronization of a subscribed content library starts. Library Auto Sync Stop Hour The time of the day when the automatic synchronization of a subscribed content library stops. Automatic synchronization stops until the start hour. Library Maximum Concurrent Sync Items Maximum number of concurrently synchronizing library items for each subscribed library. Max concurrent NFC transfers per ESX host Maximum concurrent NFC transfers limit per ESXi host. Maximum Bandwidth Consumption Bandwidth usage threshold across all transfers, measured in Mbps where 0 means unlimited bandwidth. Maximum Number of Concurrent Priority Transfers Concurrent transfer limit for priority files. If exceeded, transfers are queued. This threadpool is used only to transfer priority objects. For example, OVF. If you change the concurrent transfer limit for priority files, you must restart the vCenter Server system. Maximum Number of Concurrent Transfers Concurrent transfer limit. If exceeded, transfers are queued. If you change the concurrent transfer limit, you must restart the vCenter Server system.
- Click Save.
- From the vCenter Server drop-down menu, select the vCenter Server instance whose settings you want to configure.
Note: The vCenter Server drop-down menu appears only if your environment has more than one vCenter Server instance.
- Edit the configuration parameters and click Save.
- To apply the changes that require a content library service restart, click Restart from VAMI.
The vCenter Server Management Interface opens and you can log in to it with your credentials.