A MD3000i is used with the iSCSI Windows 2008 R2 initiator and MPIO to provide storage for 2 Hyper-V R2 Share Clustered Volume hosts.
The SAN is connected to 2 different switches (2 Network interfaces / controller) 2 network adapters on each host are connected to the Storage Area Network (total of 8 targets / host)
By default in the Windows iSCSI initiator in the MPIO the least queue Depth policy is selected, Round Robin is also available.
1 - I'm not sure to know which one is the best to use in that context. Any advice would be appreciated.
2 - The only available policy In the Windows disk management properties is Round Robin with Subset. But it's not selected. As the Least Queue Depth is already selected in the iSCSI initiator, should I let it empty in the disk management properties ?
3 - I read the difference between all policies on technet. But I would like to get a better picture on what it does, what is best to use...