shanceaylown
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Storage performance test

I can not run the test performance storage, the list of storage policies is empty.

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Can you check if your storage providers are working and error free? If they aren't your storage policies may be unusable.

Hosts and Clusters->select top level vCenter server->Manage->Storage Providers

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Thanks, but I have formatted and recreate the VSAN Cluster. I'm having problems with the LSI 3008 controller on All-Flash Supermicro 2028TP-HC0R. The traffic from the Datastore VSAN does not exceed 20-40 MB/s:


Host,Workload Type,VMDK Disk Number,Duration (sec),IOPS,Throughput MB/s,Average Latency (ms),Maximum Latency (ms)

esxi1,Low stress test,0,600,6984,27.28,0.14,7.57

esxi2,Low stress test,0,600,4716,18.43,0.21,7.93

esxi3,Low stress test,0,600,7072,27.63,0.14,8.28

esxi4,Low stress test,0,600,6783,26.50,0.15,14.14

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This looks pretty normal for the built in "Low stress test", I don't think that profile is meant to stress throughput or latency to any large degree. You may want base your performance on other storage performance testing methods. The numbers from the built in tests are really only useful for comparing to other VSANs.

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