VMware is on a roll at the moment, having last week launched its Control Center active partition
management software, which enables live applications running on ESX Server virtual machines to be passed around a network to enable the best use of available resources.
For example, if a 60 GB drive is migrated to a 120 GB drive, the result will be a 120 GB drive with a 60 GB active partition
and 60 GB of unusable drive space.
For example, if an 80 GB drive is migrated to a 200 GB drive, the result will be a 200 GB drive with an 80 GB active partition
and 120 GB of unusable drive space.