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OceanStor UltraPath for vSphere V100R008C50 User Guide 06

This document covers the functions, features, installation, configuration, upgrade, uninstallation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and FAQs of OceanStor UltraPath for vSphere (UltraPath forvSphere). UltraPath for vSphere is the multipathing software developed by HuaweiTechnologies Co., Ltd (Huawei for short). The document aims at helping users to be fully familiar with UltraPath for vSphere and its use.
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Setting the Number of Consecutive I/Os on a Path

Setting the Number of Consecutive I/Os on a Path

Function

The set lbiothreshold command is used to set the number of consecutive I/Os on a path in load balancing mode.

Format

set lbiothreshold -n number [ -a array-id | -l vlun-id ]

Parameters

Keyword and Parameter

Description

Default Value

-n number

Number of consecutive I/Os on a path.

The value ranges from 1 to 10,000.

1

-a array-id

ID of a storage system.

You can run show diskarray without an ID to display all storage system IDs.

None

-l vlun-id

ID of a virtual LUN.

You can run show vlun without an ID to display all virtual LUN IDs.

None

Level

User root

Usage Guidelines

NOTE:
Increasing the consecutive I/Os of a path can improve the efficiency of processing sequential I/Os. However, it does not apply to discrete I/Os, and an extra-large amount of consecutive I/Os causes path blockage for short periods of time. Therefore, set an appropriate value based on the your service I/O model to improve performance.

Example

Set the number of consecutive I/Os on a path in load balancing mode to 1.

~ # esxcli upadm set lbiothreshold -n 1 
Succeeded in executing the command.

System Response

None

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