With the storage DRS workflows, you perform storage-related operations, such as creating and configuring a datastore cluster, removing a datastore from cluster, adding storage to a cluster, and others.
To access these workflows, navigate toand enter the vcenter and storage_drs tags in the workflow search box.
|Add datastore to cluster
|Adds datastores to a datastore cluster. Datastores must be able to connect to all hosts to be included in the datastore cluster. Datastores must have the same connection type to reside within a datastore cluster.
|Change Storage DRS per virtual machine configuration
|Sets Storage DRS settings for each virtual machine.
|Configure datastore cluster
|Configures datastore cluster setting values for automation and runtime rules.
|Create simple datastore cluster
|Creates a simple datastore cluster with default configuration. The new datastore cluster contains no datastores.
|Create Storage DRS scheduled task
|Creates a scheduled task for reconfiguring a datastore cluster. Only automation and runtime rules can be set.
|Create virtual machine anti-affinity rule
|Creates an anti-affinity rule to indicate that all virtual disks of certain virtual machines must be kept on different datastores.
|Create VMDK anti-affinity rule
|Creates a VMDK anti-affinity rule for a virtual machine that indicates which of its virtual disks must be kept on different datastores. The rule applies to the virtual disks of the selected virtual machine.
|Remove datastore cluster
|Removes a datastore cluster. Removing a datastore cluster also removes all the settings and the alarms for the cluster from the vCenter system.
|Remove datastore from cluster
|Removes a datastore from a datastore cluster and puts the datastore in a datastore folder.
|Remove Storage DRS scheduled task
|Removes a scheduled Storage DRS task.
|Remove virtual machine anti-affinity rule
|Removes a virtual machine anti-affinity rule for a given datastore cluster.
|Remove VMDK anti-affinity rule
|Removes a VMDK anti-affinity rule for a given datastore cluster.