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Top 20 vSAN articles for February 2017

Here is our Top 20 vSAN articles list for February 2017. This list is ranked by the number of times a VMware Support Request was resolved by following the steps in a published Knowledge Base article.

  1. VMware vSAN 6.0 Requirements
  2. Update sequence for vSphere 6.5 and its compatible VMware products
  3. Component metadata health check fails with invalid state error
  4. Required vSAN and ESXi configuration for controllers based on the LSI 3108 chipset
  5. FAQ: Support statement for 512e and 4K Native drives for VMware vSphere and vSAN
  6. vSAN upgrade requirements
  7. vSAN 6.2 increase in used disk space with All-Flash and Deduplication
  8. vSAN APD message that can be safely ignored: Unable to register file system <UUID> for APD timeout notifications: Inappropriate ioctl for device
  9. VMware vSAN in cluster XXX in datacenter YYY does not have capacity
  10. Best practices for vSAN implementations using Dell PERC H730 or FD332-PERC storage controllers
  11. How to format vSAN Disk Groups with a legacy format version
  12. vSAN 6.2 hybrid disk group performance degradation
  13. How to use and interpret performance statistics collected using vSAN Observer
  14. “Virtual SAN Disk Balance” warning alarm during vSAN health check
  15. vSAN memory or SSD congestion reached threshold limit
  16. Recommended settings for RAID0 logical volumes on certain 6G LSI based RAID vSAN
  17. Adding additional hosts to an existing vSAN cluster
  18. VMware vSAN 6.x health plug-in fails to load with the error: Unexpected status code: 400
  19. vSAN Health Service – Cluster – Disk format version
  20. vSAN 6.1/5.5 Update 3 Disk Groups show as Unmounted in the vSphere Web Client (DDH)
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Rahul Verma is a Operations Readiness Specialist within the Global Support Services - Knowledge Experience group at VMware. He likes movies and books that can be seen and read more than once. And he loves crossing over to the Dark Side of the Force, preferably in a room with a comfortable bed and dark curtains.