Which two options could be used to increase performance of the server virtual machine?

Users are complaining that they cannot access their files on a file server virtual machine. The vSphere client shows that a triggered alarm stating disk latency is beyond the default Threshold for the datastore where the file server virtual machine is located. The path selection policy has been set by the ESXi host to Fixed with default path settings?
Which two options could be used to increase performance of the server virtual machine? (Choose two)

A.
Use storage vMotion to move the file server virtual machine to datastore with lower latency

B.
Use disk shares to increase the priority for the datastore housing the file server virtual machine

C.
Change the path selection policy to Round Robin

D.
Change the path selection policy to Most Recently Used (MRU)

2 Comments on “Which two options could be used to increase performance of the server virtual machine?

  1. cstarts says:

    Not entirely sure why C is valid. I think it should be B. Because ESXi host always make a choice on PSP. Changing to Round robin will decrease latency?


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