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Server w/Iscsi drives slow down

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#1 seg42


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Posted 30 October 2013 - 02:56 PM

This is more informational than anything else, hopefully saving someone some troubleshooting time. A few days ago one of my servers started slowing down to the point where even if I could get it to log on it hung before the desktop finished loading. After an embarrassingly long time and a lot of messages about failed hard drives later, I figured out that the network port on the physical unit where the ISCSI drive was stored was going out. Fortunately it had a second network port. Switching to the second port got rid of all the issues.

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