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How to identify bully workloads from Linux

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Applies to

  • Data ONTAP Operating in 7-mode
  • ONTAP 9

Description

This article outlines several examples of Linux commands that can be used to track down a bully frontend workload (CIFS, FCP, iSCSI, NFS). This is used after tracking down the possible culprit Linux host generating most of the IOPs.

 

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