This could be a number of things.
1. Check the network configuration.
- Can all of your hosts still ping one another over the VMkernel network
- Any changes made that may impact the network? (VLAN, multicast)
2. Check your disks.
- From RVC, you can run vsan.disks_stats <cluster>
- In the vSphere web client, navigate to Monitor > Virtual SAN > Physical Disks and look for disk failures
Thank you for replying my thread.
I moved everything to 10G and activated IGMP snooppings on the ports and right now everything seems to be working fine.
I have some "2014-09-19T03:31:27.499Z cpu26:60979 opID=c65eaa78)osfs: OSFS_MountChild:3541: Failed to probe OSFS child for device name '39851b54-684e-f7b9-0766-002590f94a56': No filesystem on the device" but i dont know how this is affecting the service.