Get VMDK Sizes For Cluster PowerCLi Script

Get VMDK sizes for cluster is a helpful little PowerCLi script to check your vmdk sizes. It comes in handy when determining the correct size luns you need for your cluster. You can’t fit a vmdk that is larger than your lun size so it’s good to know what sizes you actually have in your environment.

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