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I'm  using vmware I/O analyzer to check the I/O load, there are many workload configuration there, I don't want these to generate any load. I just want to read the load, which configuration I should choose?
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you need a bit more info regarding your setup as we need that to assist
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I found the solution, it was a on the doc.
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