Rebalancing Disk Load in VMware vSAN Clusters



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    VMware vSAN clusters are typically aggregates of several ESXi hosts. Local disks with VM data are divided into groups there. It’s preferable that each disk’s load variance doesn’t reach 30%. If it does, there are two options: Automatic and Proactive rebalancing. Each of them has its own pros and cons; you decide which to choose.

    Read the article by Alex Samoylenko, a virtualization pro, about the nuances of Automatic and Proactive Rebalancing in vSAN clusters and how to keep them “green.”