VoIP Issue/Errors

See Error messages on a VoIP Host below.  These were gotten by going into vSphere Client >  Clicking on the IP Address of the host > Going to the Event Tab.  Question:  How to determine if this is an issue with the chasis' internal storage or an external SAN?

Device naa.600605b003825740162fe7352adc9915 performance has deteriorated. I/O latency increased from average value of 21912 microseconds to 2150722 microseconds.

Lost access to volume 4e9d45e6-ce6d3808-cd05-001018a3a4a2 (datastore1) due to connectivity issues. Recovery attempt is in progress and outcome will be reported shortly.

Successfully restored access to volume 4e9d45e6-ce6d3808-cd05-001018a3a4a2 (datastore1) following connectivity issues.
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Bryant SchaperCommented:
Are you seeing issues other than the error, I know the first error generally can be ignored unless you are seeing problems, how are the links that connect to to the iscsi looking?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
The I/O Latency issues are normal, and just a warning.

However, losing access to a volume/datastore is more serious.

Is this local storage or shared storage ?
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compdigit44Commented:
I am going to go on a assumption here that you left the datastore name the default of "datastore1" when the host was setup if this was the case this may be from your local storage. Are your VM's running on a SAN or local storage?

The following KB will show you how to identify disk in VMware: https://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1014953
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