General: Performance issues as a result of hardware failure

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Revision as of 03:49, 2 August 2012

Performance issues as a result of hardware failure

Problem Summary You may see performance issues (like recording errors) when a hardware failure has occurred.
Error Message None. You start seeing recording errors more frequently.
Possible Cause Hardware failures: For example, the disk drives attached to your host begin failing (most frequently seen).
Recommended Action

Perform the following checks:

  1. Check the vSphere client.
  2. Look for alarms generated against the VM host where you see the failure.
  3. Replace the faulty hardware using the instructions applicable to your failure.
Release Release 8.5(1), Release 8.5(2), Release 8.5(3), Release 8.5(4), and Release 9.0(1).
Associated CDETS # None.

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