The vSphere 5.1 documentation has a section entitled Disk I/O Performance Enhancement Advice that offers 12 actions that can be taken to improve I/O on virtual machine. The second recommendation is: “Defragment the file systems on the all the guests.” The most common performance complaints in a virtualized environment are: clogged queues, poor disk latency, […]
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