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Degraded NFS performance

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Applies to

  • Clustered ONTAP 9+
  • NFS
  • SLES 15


  • Clients unable to meet their benchmarks on read and write throughput. 
  • There is no latency observed on the storage side.
  • The number of operations written to storage is quite less to cause a bottleneck on the Drive or CPU level. The throughput is increasing with increase number of IOPS, which signifies, storage is capable to provide more throughput but the application isn’t sending much IOPS to be processed.

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