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Add an "at least" option to go up to maximum when scaling up and down to minimum when scaling down
Today, Turbonomic calculates the desired sizing of a VM and then generates an action to go there. Currently if there's a minimum set in a policy, Turbonomic could just discard the action if the Desired State is below the minimum and then not resizing at all. Let's take an example:
- We have a VM with 40 Gb of vMem and we set a minimum of 32 Gb of vMem in the policy for resizing that VM
- Turbonomic looks at the percentile and usage and considers the VM could do the job with only 8 Gb
==> Turbonomic wants to generate an action going from 40 Gb to 8 Gb, but as 8 Gb is below the minimum of 32 Gb set in the policy, it's "discarding" the action and not generating anything, so the VM is never going to be resized down.
With a new toggle, we would like to give the instruction to Turbonomic to resize down to "at least" 32 Gb if a resize down is doable.
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