I have a Fujitsu RX 300 S7 with ESXi 6.0 U3 and a Synology RS2416+ containing a RAID 10 with 4x 4 TB WD Red HDDs. I have created a file-based LUN on the Synology and I have connected the Target to the ESXi over 3 NICs via round-robin. This means, that all of the 3 NICs are used for the connection between the ESXi and the Synology (I have followed this tutorial).
I have made several tests with WMware IOMeter and CrystalDiskMark and the results are great (350 Mb/s and ~50k IOPS read), but during the tests, the ESXi hypervisor freezes. If I disable the Target on the Synology and enable it back again, the ESXi and the test VMs start working as if nothing had happened.
In the vmkernel.log I can find find several entries containing this line: “Waiting for timed out HB” (please find a screenshot attached)
Whan is the cause of the error? How can I fix the timeouts? I really need the higher throughput (=3 NICs) for better performance.
Thank you in advance!
I am still at learning level so this my sound stupid, but here it goes.
I have an HP server with 4 nics. the default vmnic0 is attached to vSwitch0 and everything works great. I created another virtual switch (switch2) and configured vmnic1 as upload link. Any VM attached to switch2 won’t connect to network. If i change the properties of the VM and connect to vSwitch0 everything work so the problem isn’t in the VM operating system. I changed the uplink link for vSwitch0 from vmnic0 to vmnic1 and everything work ok, so it’s not an hardware problem. I jumped to the conclusion that my created “switch2” is the problem but i can’t seem to pinpoint it; properties of the switches (vSwitch0 and switch2) are the same but maybe i am missing something. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Last week I completed on demand course on https://www.vmug.com/Learn/on-demand-courses on VMware NSX: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.2]
course was quality was good. But I missed one thing big in the training -Trainer/Teacher. Though training included various technical topics at somepoint I would have liked to have conversation with trainer.
Idea: Can’t we have trainer just one hour online/webex/chat in case you have any questions/doubt. This allow the student ask question, clear doubts and provide what next input.
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I had a couple of them but not all.
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