If you run the Set Memory Resources action with a value that cannot convert from kilobytes to megabytes, the task fails and an error appears in the Recent Task messages.
The Recent Tasks list indicates that a Set Memory Resource action has a state of Failed. When you evaluate the Messages list for the selected task, you see a message similar to the following example.
Parameter validation;[newLimitKB] failed conversion to (MB, (KB) not evenly divisible by 1024.
Because vCenter Server manages memory reservations and limit values in megabytes, but vRealize Operations Manager calculates and reports on memory in kilobytes, you must provide a value in kilobytes that is directly convertible to megabytes. To do that, the value must be evenly divisible by 1024.
- Run the action where the reservation and limit values are configured with supported values.
The supported values for reservation include 0 or a value greater than 0 that is evenly divisible by 1024. The supported values for a limit include -1, 0, or a value greater than 0 that is evenly divisible by 1024.