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bulletprooffool
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Enumerating current Disk I/O per VM

We are getting high levels of disk IO to our NetApp filer and are unable to determine which of our VMs is causing this.

I can Powershell an output of the IO levels generated per Virtual Host, but I have no way of figuring out which virtual machine is the actual cause of the IO.

This only occurs occasionally, but when it does, it brings all VMs on the host down, so all I need is an output of how much IO each particular VM on a Host is causing the high levels of read / write.

Powershell is our first choice.

One day I will virtualise myself . . .
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AndreTheGiant
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You can use performance monitor inside VIC and monitor single VM storage I/O.

Andre

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bulletprooffool
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Thanks Andre

Apologies, I should have made it clear that I am trying to get stats for NFS filesystems . . .

Anyway . . I found the solution . . - thanks for the prompt response none-the-less.

Here : http://communities.vmware.com/thread/162402 - in case this helps anyone else in future.

One day I will virtualise myself . . .
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AndreTheGiant
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You're welcome.

Andre

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