08-30-2019 01:34 PM
I have 2 Windows server 2016 in cluster (storage is not in ethernet).
Both server exactly the same. SR630 using LOM X722 Intel NIC at 96 gig of ram.
Both server host about 24 VMs equaly distributed. NICs are at 1 gb, not 10 gb
All NICs drivers are up to date, even the firmware.
I have a lot of poor network performance. Lot of clients using terminal server get disconnected from VM that host TS service
Other using software that use SQL connection are disconnected too.
i googled a lot and find that VMQ maybe the cause,but don't find VMQ is enabled on my systems, somes talk about RSS and other stuff but the intel NIC have a lot of feature in advance tab that are not so easy to understand and to know which option should be the best for me.
Is someone experience that kind of problems.
I'm looking at NIC but it maybe cause by something else,
I need help, i can't figure it out what's the cause.
09-01-2019 10:27 PM
There is a workaround for X722 performance issue, please give it a shot.
09-03-2019 06:17 AM
it seem to be related to Windows server 2019 and i'm using Windows 2016.
I checked the setting, it was enabled but non-operation using the powershell command Get-NetAdapterRcs
i gave it a shot and disabled both settings, lets see in the near futur.
Thanks for the answer!
09-04-2019 01:48 AM
09-04-2019 05:26 AM
I.m waiting to see how things are going with RSC disabled.
After that i will check the firmware and drivers, but i'm supposed to be up to date for those.
i keep you in touch
09-09-2019 08:48 PM
After updating the latest firmware, pls double confirm if the firmware version is up to date. If the firmware is not effectively， pls save your data and power off the system. Then remove AC power cable several minutes. Then power up, the firmware will be up to date.
09-10-2019 08:07 AM
i can confirm that the fw udate is correct, without powering off. after the reboot i ran: nvmupdatew64e -i -l nvmupdatelog.txt
Here info before and after
I planned to install one usb 1 gb nic to try with another nic