VcenterSettingsV1ConfigComponentsInventoryClusterHaFailuresAndResponsesRestartPriority

The enum defines virtual machine restart priority values to resolve resource contention. The priority determines the preference that HA gives to a virtual machine if sufficient capacity is not available to power on all failed virtual machines. For example, high priority virtual machines on a host get preference over low priority virtual machines.
DISABLED : vSphere HA is disabled for this virtual machine.
LOWEST : Virtual machines with this priority have the lowest chance of powering on after a failure if there is insufficient capacity on hosts to meet all virtual machine needs.
LOW : Virtual machines with this priority have a lower chance of powering on after a failure if there is insufficient capacity on hosts to meet all virtual machine needs.
MEDIUM : Virtual machines with this priority have an intermediate chance of powering on after a failure if there is insufficient capacity on hosts to meet all virtual machine needs.
HIGH : Virtual machines with this priority have a higher chance of powering on after a failure if there is insufficient capacity on hosts to meet all virtual machine needs.
HIGHEST : Virtual machines with this priority have the highest chance of powering on after a failure if there is insufficient capacity on hosts to meet all virtual machine needs.
CLUSTER_RESTART_PRIORITY : Virtual machines with this priority use the default restart priority defined for the cluster that contains this virtual machine.

Enumeration:   DISABLED,   LOWEST,   LOW,   MEDIUM,   HIGH,   HIGHEST,   CLUSTER_RESTART_PRIORITY,  

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