vSphere PowerCLI Reference

Get-ResourcePool

Synopsis

Retrieves the resource pools available on a vSphere server.

Syntax

Get-ResourcePool [-VM <VirtualMachine[]>] [-Location <VIContainer[]>] [[-Name] <String[]>] [-Id <String[]>] [-NoRecursion] [-Server <VIServer[]>] [<CommonParameters>]

Related Commands

Online version
New-ResourcePool
Remove-ResourcePool
Set-ResourcePool
Move-ResourcePool

Detailed Description

Retrieves the resource pools available on a vSphere server. The cmdlet returns a set of resource pools that correspond to the filter criteria provided by the cmdlet parameters. Virtual machine hosts have a hidden resource pool named Resources, which is a parent of all resource pools of the host. To specify a server different from the default one, use the -Server parameter.

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionRequired?Pipeline InputDefault Value
NameString[]Specify the names of the resource pools you want to retrieve.falsefalse
IdString[]Specify the IDs of the resource pools you want to retrieve.falsefalse
LocationVIContainer[]Specify vSphere container objects (such as folders, datacenters, and clusters) you want to search for resource pools.falsetrue (ByValue)
NoRecursionSwitchParameterIndicate that you want to disable the recursive behavior of the command.falsefalse
ServerVIServer[]Specify the vSphere servers on which you want to run the cmdlet. If no value is given to this parameter, the command runs on the default servers. For more information about default servers, see the description of Connect-VIServer.falsefalse
VMVirtualMachine[]Specify virtual machines to filter the resource pools that contain at least one of them.falsetrue (ByValue)

Return Type

ResourcePool

Notes

Examples

-------------- Example 1 --------------

$server = Connect-VIServer -Server 10.23.112.235  Get-ResourcePool -Server $server -VM VM

Retrieves information of the resource pool to which the virtual machine MS Win belongs.


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