When you disable a resource pool, the memory and compute resources of the resource pool are no longer available to the provider vDC

You must have at least one enabled resource pool on a provider vDC. Disabling a resource pool does not prevent its resources from being used by processes that are already in progress.


Click the Manage & Monitor tab and click Provider vDCs in the left pane.


Right-click the provider vDC name and select Open.


Click the Resource Pools tab.


Right-click the resource pool and click Enable or Disable.