This cmdlet modifies the software-defined data center (SDDC) cluster's elastic distributed resource scheduler (EDRS) policy.
||Specifies the cluster whose policy you want to modify.||required||
||Specifies the maximum number of hosts which you can assign to the cluster.||required||
||Specifies the minimum number of hosts which you can assign to the cluster.||required||
||The possible EDRS policies are as follows: - "cost": Based on the cluster utilization, you can remove the hosts more quickly (and add them more slowly) to keep the cost as low as possible.||optional||
||Specifies if the EDRS policy is disabled. By default, the policy is enabled. When you disable the policy, it will be set to the default "storage-scaleup" policy. You cannot disable the default policy.||optional||
||Specifies the VMware Cloud on AWS servers on which you want to run the cmdlet. If no value is provided or $null value is passed to this parameter, the command runs on the default servers. For more information about default servers, see the description of the Connect-Vmc cmdlet.|
Modifies the EDRS policy type of the selected $cluster cluster. The policy type is set to "cost" with the minimum number of hosts 6 and the maximum number of hosts 15.
Disables the EDRS policy type of the selected $cluster cluster. The policy type is set to the default "storage-scaleup" policy type with the minimum number of hosts 6 and the maximum number of hosts 15.