I've been getting a LOT of alarm emails from Veeam regarding Host Datastore latency and VM disk latency, most reads but sometimes writes. We have it monitoring a Nutanix vSphere 5.5 cluster. Nutanix takes a somewhat non-traditional approach to the shared filesystem. It's presented as NFS shares, but under the hood it's some got dedup/compression/replication/SSD tiering going on. Also, the Nutanix console doesn't report any IO alarms or anything that resebles what VeeamOne is reporting. Nor do the VMs themselves seem to experiencing any sluggish-ness.
I've tried to increasing both the number of milliseconds that has to be hit before VeeamOne alarms as well as the amount of time. Changing this helped, but I still got 300+ emails over the weekend. Is there anything else I can do besides just disable those 2 alarms?