Hi,I got a problem when I trying to get lock from NetApp NFS.The NFS client is centos6.0, NFS v3. The NFS server is NetApp.The NFS client is a virtual machine running on Xe... [by zhjt80]
on 12/28/2012 – Made popular on 12/28/2012
i try to understand a problem we have.
Our setup:Debian wheezy VM (on multiple ESXi 5.0 hosts) with vmxnet3 NICs and NFS rootfs (based on LTSP) and other NFS mounts
NFS server: Netapp Ontap 8.1.3P3 (rootfs and other NFS mounts of the clients from this IP, so we usually have only two connections but more mounts)
10GBASE network: ESXi hosts with CX4 (newer ones with Cat6), Netapp with fiber
If I'm running VMWare 5.x on FC  LUNs presented from a Netapp running ontap 8.x in 7 mode, what steps should I take to ensure that the VMs can withstand a worst possible case cluster node failover? HBA settings? ESX settings? Modifications to the VMs' settings?
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I think all our NetApp guys disappeared. Nobody is answering my NetApp questions anymore. :D
I am demoing this VMTurbo product and one of the recommendations is to provision new controllers because of high CPU utilization. This is a FAS3240 with two active/active heads. I am just wondering if there is some type of recommendation around CPU utilization for a NetApp?