Well it’s that time of year again. Well it’s a bit past that time of year again–I should have written this a few weeks ago, but I’ve been busy! So deal with it!
Anyways, what’s going on this year at VMworld when it comes to Pure? Well a fair amount!
So first, sessions!
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This is a topic I have posted about in the past but this time I am going to speak about it with the Pure Storage FlashArray. Anyone familiar with the VMware Native Multipathing Plugin probably knows about the Round Robin “IOPS” value which I will interchangeably also refer to as the IO Operation Limit. This value dictates how often NMP switches paths to the device–after a configured number of I/Os NMP will move to a different path. The default value of this is 1,000 but can be changed to as low as 1. For the highest performance Pure recommends changing this setting to 1 for all devices. The tricky thing is that it has to be done for every device on every host and doing this in a simple way isn’t immediately obvious. But here is the procedure.
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Short FYI post here. As some of you know I had my last day at EMC Corporation recently and started at Pure Storage this week. I worked at EMC from 2008 (right out of college) and felt it was time for me to personally and professionally to make a change and try something new and different. A great opportunity at Pure came up and I jumped on it!
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