Using PowerCLI you can use Set-ScsiLun -MultipathPolicy “RoundRobin” to set the PSP, but I found it quite slow using it on a large scale. It would update one datastore on one host every 5 seconds. If there were 10 ESXi hosts with 200 Datastores, that’s 2000 operations, at 5 seconds each, it adds up to 3 hours. The same can be done using ESXCLI extremely quickly, but it’s run on each host.
It’s been 2 weeks since I blogged about the XtremIO Gotcha, and the story has since been covered by many people and news services (See previous post for links).
Chad Sakac quickly responded on his blog, and if you read through the comments, he says they’ll take care of customers:
“I’ll say one thing more: we planned a ton of free services (and swing hardware!) to help customers and partners that need it – at NO COST TO THEM.
Last week we had the quarterly VMUG meeting at the Telstra Conference Centre.
We paid homage to the creator of the VMware community, John Troyer, as he’s moved on from VMware after 9 years. John was responsible for the vExpert program, in which 16 were from Melbourne this year.
If you want to participate in the VMUG community and perhaps become a vExpert, contact us about doing a community presentation.