nicepat
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How vsish finds the kernel path for DirectIO Path

vsish used to find the properties or status in ESX kernel, and I like to know what path is when I create a DirectIO Path (Fixed Path Through) of the network card.

It used to be in PCI slot 07:00:00~01, and vmnic10/11. I add them to DirectIO Path in Advanced Configuration.

Now they disappeared from Network Adapters screen, but one VM can access two network cards directly.

I like to know this PCI device's kernel path like one for vmnic10; /net/pNics/vmnic10/...

Any advice?

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prince1121
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HI

please have a look this link where it explained vey nice way -www.brocade.com/downloads/.../vdi-reference-architecture.pdf.

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