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The  follow on question I have is there a degradation (slowness) while this is occurring if that is where your application  lives?
The "vmStatsProvider" is successfully initialized for this Virtual Machine. WMI namespace: "root\cimv2".
The "vmGuestLibrary" is successfully initialized for this Virtual Machine.


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Could you give me some more information, tried a later version of VMware Tools?
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We haven't tried a new version yet.  I'm chasing down time out  issue and generally poor response times on one of our web portals.  I noticed that occasionally just before an issue the event log shows  two entries
The "vmStatsProvider" is successfully initialized for this Virtual Machine. WMI namespace: "root\cimv2".

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The "vmGuestLibrary" is successfully initialized for this Virtual Machine.

Would this impact the response if that is where the web app runs?

Sorry that is all I have.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Okay, are you using the VMXNET3 Network Interface?
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