I have a volume configured in a Datastore for VMware. This volume is mounted in NFS and host virtual machines. I have a problem because the .snapshot grows up abnormally.
I think, the origin of my problem is caused by a Virtual Machine (with a strong activity) but I don’t know that.
Somebody knows what is the best method to identify it?
Many thanks for your help
is it block access right? (mean lun, not nfs). You can't decide which vm have a high workload in a lun. lun is a huge file on storage site. we can't see which vm has a high utilization in that lun. I think, if you want tı figure out this issue, you have to analyze this workload from vmware site.
And If you want to see snapshot size, KB change ratio, and RteKB/Hour data, you can use "snap delta" command from storage cli.