I currently have a bunch of fisks on the same SCSI(0) ID
Disk 0 SCSI(0:0)
Disk 1 SCSI(0:1)
noticing lot of write/read latency
Will it imprive performance if I move some disk off to its own SCSI ID?
how would i do that?
This is windows 2016 server and I want to keep same drive letters
That would give each virtual disk it's own virtual controller, meaning you'd have more queues in the guest OS.
What type of controller is in your VM settings? PVSCSI?
Will multiple virtual controllers solve your issue? Not if the issue is with anything physical, so rule out everything in that space first.
> Will it imprive performance if I move some disk off to its own SCSI ID?
Yes it will improve the performance - but dont expect radical improvements.
Changing the SCSI ID can change driveletters - which again may result in not starting services on next reboot.
So dont change all at once and expect to assign new driveletters manually after next reboot.
The change can be done via the UI.
If you do it by editing the vmx you need to add scsi-controllers manually.