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DQLEN changes, what is going on?


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I had a question this week on twitter, it was about the fact that DQLEN changes to values well below it was expected to be (30) in esxtop for a host. There was latency seen and experienced seen for VMs so the question was why is this happening and wouldn’t a lower DQLEN make things […]

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vSphere 6.5 what’s new – VMFS 6 / Core Storage


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I haven’t spend a lot of time looking at VMFS lately. I was looking in to what was new for vSphere 6.5 and then noticed a VMFS section. Good to see there is still being worked on new features and functionality for the core vSphere file system. So what is new with VMFS 6: Support […]

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