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I will have to see if I can scare up the logs. I have switched everything over to CentOS now but I might still have a couple of the VM's archived. I will add them to this thread if I can find them. This is on vSphere 5.1 and the Ubuntu was 12.04.3 LTS. [url=http://next.nutanix.com/member/profile?mid=137]@kiboro[/url] Interesting you mention cloned drives, I haven't been cloning the drives of our CentOS boxes, but I did with Ubuntu, I wonder if that is a factor. Removing the SSD layer did not work, we had some fail even in the "noSSD" container. [b]@swatkins[/b] We have not ever had I/O that the nutanix would consider high, I think the highest we have seen is about 2000 iops (during a spike). I did contact Nutanix and after reviewing everything they recommended opening a case with VMware, but we haven't gotten around to that since we switched to CentOS (it was time to update anyways). I had first thought it was a side effect of converting the machines (pre-nutanix, we we
[url=http://next.nutanix.com/member/profile?mid=125]@jerome[/url] The issue confused us also as I agree that the guest os should have no ides they are SSDs, but the errors we found in the logs were consistant with the bug referred to above. Windows as yet to have a problem, and we haven't tried Centos yet as one of the blogs we found was a similar issue (if not the same) on CentOS with SSDs. We only created the container that *should* ignore the SSD's a few weeks ago but so far there haven't been any issues. If all else fails, we have a NAS presented to vSphere via NFS that we could put our linux boxes on, with the new container and the updated kernel, things are looking good. [u]@kiboro[/u] I am glad I'm not the only one and I am very happy to hear about CentOS, we may have to switch. I am still fairly new to linux (about 1 year exp.) and have been on Ubuntu and Debian from the start. Have you reported the issue to Nutanix at all, when I first talked to them about it, th
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