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How to check if a CVO node is approaching disk IOP limits

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Cloud Volumes ONTAP on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud

Description

  • AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud have specific limits on how big a node can hit in terms of IOPs, throughput, and per disk limits
  • Knowing how to check this in ONTAP will be helpful in determining which limit is being hit.

 

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