A.Creation of VMFS3 volumes isunsupported.
B.Upgrading VMFS3 volumes to VMFS5 is supported.
C.Existing VMFS3 volumes are unsupported.
D.Upgrading VMFS3 volumes to VMFS5 is unsupported.
While a VMFS-3, which is upgraded to VMFS-5, provides you with most ofthe capabilities as a
newly created VMFS-5, there are some differences. Both upgraded and newly created VMFS-5
support single-extent volumes up to 64TB and both support VMDK sizes of ~2TB, no matter what
the VMFS file-block size is. However additional differences, although minor, should be considered
when making a decision whether to upgrade to VMFS-5 or create new VMFS-5 volumes.