Jason Boche, posted a post on VMware configuration maximums ( http://www.boche.net/blog/?p=615 )
I have not read this through and through, and I wanted thank Jason for bringing it up.
Configuration Maximums for Virtual Infrastructure 3 is by far one of my favorite VMware documents. This is a useful document for the VMware evangelist and any VMware VI administrator to have tacked up on the wall of their office for use as a quick reference. It’s also handy for identifying platform comparison points of discussion or decision.
The document answers most of the “How many…”, “How much…” type questions about the VMware Virtual Infrastructure capabilities (ESX hypervisor, VirtualCenter, guest VMs, etc.) more than once I’ve used this document as the basis for interactive VMware trivia sessions at our local VMware User Group meetings. This is one of the documents that will most often be updated as new releases of VMware VI are released so it’s a good one to keep tabs on.
The VI3 documentation page keeps us informed as to what date the document was last updated. In addition, one of the RSS feeds I am subscribed to is VMware, Inc. This feed lets me know the moment any of the VI documents are updated (at which time I then download the updated document for my own document repository I maintain). Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) documents seem to update almost weekly which is a good indicator that VMware Engineers are hard at work in their labs certifying compatible hardware thereby expanding the list of hardware we may run our VI on.
Check the full post http://www.boche.net/blog/?p=615
On a side not, Jason looks to be having better bandwidth, grats Jason.