Change ESXi disk type to SSD

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My 1TB SSD drive shown as Non-SSD in Dell PowerEdge R320 RAID0 PERC.

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How to trick ESXi to think it as SSD drive
1. check disk list
# esxcli storage nmp device list
naa.690b11c02d2926001b1dcaf00f26bc58
Device Display Name: Local DELL Disk (naa.690b11c02d2926001b1dcaf00f26bc58)
Storage Array Type: VMW_SATP_LOCAL
Storage Array Type Device Config: SATP VMW_SATP_LOCAL does not support device                                                       configuration.
Path Selection Policy: VMW_PSP_FIXED
Path Selection Policy Device Config: {preferred=vmhba1:C2:T0:L0;current=vmhba                                                      1:C2:T0:L0}
Path Selection Policy Device Custom Config:
Working Paths: vmhba1:C2:T0:L0
Is Local SAS Device: false
Is USB: false
Is Boot USB Device: false

# esxcli storage nmp satp rule add -s VMW_SATP_LOCAL -d naa.690b11c02d2926001b1dcaf00f26bc58 -o enable_ssd
Verify SSD has been enabled
# esxcli storage nmp satp rule list | grep enable_ssd
VMW_SATP_LOCAL       naa.690b11c02d2926001b1dcaf00f26bc58     enable_local enable_ssd     user
# reboot
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To change back to NON-SSD:
# esxcli storage nmp satp rule remove –satp VMW_SATP_LOCAL -d naa.690b11c02d2926001b1dcaf00f26bc58
# reboot
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