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 Post subject: Best way to determine what VMs should be stored on SSD VVs?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:56 am 

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Can anyone give some tips of what to look at in VMWare, Windows, Etc that would give good indicators for a server to be stored in SSD?

Can anyone also give some tips of what to look at in VMWare or on the 3Par of existing VMs that are currently on SSD, if they really need to be in SSD or would they be just fine in FC?

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 Post subject: Re: Best way to determine what VMs should be stored on SSD V
PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:35 am 

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If you have both types in a system, I would look at AO. Even if you have a VM or a volume which is suitable for SSD there is most likely a big part of that volume which would work fine on FC. System Reporter can give you information based on volume but it doesn't understand which part of a VV (and possibly datastore) is connected to each VM.


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