TomBlue wrote:We exoperience the same issue. I opened a case: 00434907
We investigated our case a little deeper, thanks to Veeam Support. We recognized that the spikes we experience in Veeam One are reported as well in vSphere performance monitor. Here is one example where you can see this spikes:http://sdrv.ms/1ad6cMV
(Veeam One: Datastore Highest Latency)http://sdrv.ms/1ad6kMx
(vSphere: VM Disk Highest Latency)http://sdrv.ms/1ad6raR
(vSphere: Datastore Highest Latency)
I cannot find any jobs that can cause these extrem spikes. If there were real latencies like this, I guess we would experience performance issues in any application. As well as the "Datastore Highest Latency" shows negative numbers, strange isn't it? I just found out that around the same time as the high latency is occuring, the machine in question has high CPU load, but not sure yet if this causes the high latency or if hight latency is the reason for CPU load.
We do not have any solution for this yet, but I'm curious if anyone has the same experience and maybe have a solution on this. Of course I agree to Veeam support that this is a problem in vSphere, not in Veeam One, though these error started with update of Veem One + Veeam B&R to version 7.0.