VMware ESXi – I/O Block Size in Virtual…

VMware ESXi – I/O Block Size in Virtual Environments -via virtualguido

VMware ESXi – I/O Block Size in Virtual…

This blog article is about the I/O size or block sizes in virtualized environments. I am sure you came along this if you are dealing with databases or other systems. Do you remember it would be best to keep a Microsoft SQL DB on a 64 KB formatted volume or was that the NTFS allocation size, wait was the storage system involved here as well?


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About etqui

My name is Eelco de Boer and I work for DellEMC VCE as a Solutions Architect Virtualisation. I am interested in design (both high level and technical), product/solution management and helping customers solve their pains. I like to take a broader look and approach and prefer to look at a problem from several angles. My experience focuses mainly on solutions based on VMware technologies and software. I am a VMware Certified Professional, VMware Certified Advanced Professional Data Center Design, vExpert 2014, 2015 and 2016. This blog represents my own opinion and views.

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