Yes, in the VMmark3.properties file, you'd uncomment this line:
// InfrastructureList = vmotion,svmotion,xvmotion,deploy
and change it to read:
InfrastructureList = vmotion,xvmotion,deploy
A couple of things to be aware of:
- If you only have one datastore, you would also need to remove xvmotion from the list.
- With any of these infrastructure workloads disabled, you will be unable to generate a VMmark score. To get a compliant run, you may want to consider using a NFS or iSCSI target.
Thank you and I will try. My main goal is to check the stats/load on Network bandwidth. I hope this tool helps in achieving that.