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Esx 4 high CPU when used with citrix pvs

Anyone see this when the vas created are started?  

If so any ideas on how to resolve?

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IanThCommented:
what all the time ?
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dblake15Author Commented:
Stupid iPad.  When create vms with pvs and they power up it creates about 40% CPU load when only 5 start up.  I can't imagine 60 all at the same time.   So wondering if theree is a problem or is this usual?
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IanThCommented:
is that in one esx server if it is it will be an i/o issue
when the pvs is done does the load reduce?
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dblake15Author Commented:
Yes the load reduces after complete.   It is on one host as well.   But if it is i/o why would that effect cpu?   The storage is on a san
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IanThCommented:
so what is your san bandwidth

its not cpu per-se the cpu will go high during any vm build just as an install on a physical is using the cpu you juct cant see the load when there is no operating system
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dblake15Author Commented:
I am not sure but supposedly it is very good.   And it is only 5 vms with no other load. That is what is so strange
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IanThCommented:
what san hba are you using in the esx server
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dblake15Author Commented:
QLogic PCI to Fibre Channel Host Adapter for HPAE312A:
        FC Firmware version 5.02.00 (496), Driver version 831.k1.28.1-1vmw

Host Device Name vmhba3

BIOS version 2.15
FCODE version 2.03
EFI version 2.20
Flash FW version 5.03.02
ISP: ISP2432
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dblake15Author Commented:
More info

HP StorageWorks FC1242SR dual port
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IanThCommented:
looking at the hp specs it doesn't look like a high i/o card
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dblake15Author Commented:
how would I be able to tell if I/O is the issue?
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