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vSphere 6.5 and limits, do they still apply to SvMotion?


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I had a question this week and I thought I wrote about this before but apparently, I did not. Hopefully by now most of you the I/O scheduler has changed over the past couple of years. Within ESXi, we moved to a new scheduler, which often is referred to as mClock. This new scheduler, and a […]

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vSphere 6.5 what’s new – Storage IO Control


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There are many enhancements in vSphere 6.5, an overhaul of Storage IO Control is one of them. In vSphere 6.5 Storage IO Control has been reimplemented by leveraging the VAIO framework. For those who don’t know VAIO stands for vSphere APIs for IO Filtering. This is basically a framework that allows you to filter (storage) IO […]

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