|Limits||vanilla block||vanilla File||Pacific supervisor cluster||Tanzu Kubernetes Grid|
|Scale||10000 volumes for vsan, nfs, vmfs||32 File shares (5 clients per share)||7000 volumes||7000 volumes|
|840 volumes for vVOL|
|Number of Block PVs per VM with 4 controllers||Max 59 (with 4 Paravirtual SCSI controllers on VM with 1 slot used for primary disk of Node VM)||N/A||Max 29||Max 59|
|Multiple instances of CSI pods in Multi-master mode||replica = 1||replica = 1||replica = 1||replica = 1|
- Only a single vCenter is supported by vSphere CSI Driver. To use vSphere CSI driver, make sure node VMs do not spread across multiple vCenter servers.
- In Vanilla Kubernetes Cluster, with each non Paravirtual SCSI controllers on the Node VM, max limit for block volume per node is reduced by 15.