Based on answers you can create Guest OS, from the Internet.
3) The memory of the virtual machine is determined by the memsize line.
In our case, our memory is 512 because of memsize=512.
While you can set the memory to whatever size you want, it must be a multiple of 4.
Log files Log files are just that- a log of virtual server activity for a single virtual server.
Here is an example of what a log file looks like:
Log files should be used only when you are having trouble with a virtual machine.
VMDK files VMDK files are the actual hard drive for the virtual machine.
Usually you will specify that a virtual machine's disk can grow as needed.
In that case, the VMDK file will be continually growing, up to a size of 2GB. After 2GB,
subsequent VMDK files will be created.
VMEM A VMEM file is a backup of the virtual machine's paging file.
It will only appear if the virtual machine is running, or if it has crashed.
VMSN & VMSD files these files are used for VMware snapshots.
A VMSN file is used to store the exact state of the virtual machine when the snapshot was taken.
Using this snapshot, you can then restore your machine to the same
state as when the snapshot was taken. A VMSD file stores information about snapshots (metadata).
You'll notice that the names of these files match the names of the snapshots.
NVRAM files these files are the BIOS for the virtual machine.
The VM must know how many hard drives it has and other common BIOS settings.
The NVRAM file is where that BIOS information is stored.
VMX files a VMX file is the primary configuration file for a virtual machine.
When you create a new virtual machine and answer questions about the operating system,
disk sizes, and networking, those answers are stored in this file.
As you can see from the screenshot below, a VMX file is actually a simple text file
that can be edited with Notepad. Here is the "Windows XP Professional.vmx" file from the directory listing, above: