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vCenter 6 Wait Chain Stats

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On my Windows 2012 R2 server which has 8 vCPU's and 28GB of memory, I have noticed the java and vpxd process are showing threads in wait when I look at the wait chain stats under performance monitor. I stated to look into performance on my vCenter server to understand why data in vCenter i.e: host stats or anything else does not always seem to update in a timely fashion. I have opened a case with Vmware and they could not see anything wrong in the logs but any search online leans towards the fact that any type of wait chain is bad. Also I have to disable my AV program and it had no affect.

Any thoughts from the Experts out there?
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by:gheist
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How do you measure wait chain?
Why are you using so much RAM? vcenter hardly ever exceeds 4GB
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by:compdigit44
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Sorry for the delay we have very large environment and java does take are large amount of resource also the sizes guide from VMware states out environment needs these resources. I am not measure Wait Chain but asking or trying to understand why I am even seen any process in a wait state
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Can you make a screnshot of CPU RAM and Disk performance graphs of vcenter VM?
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The attached Word document  lists the CPU and disk usage on the vCenter VM along with a screen shots of the wait chain processes I am referring to.

Thanks Again.....
vCenterScreenShots.docx
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Please take all measurements from outside virtual machine.
e.g. on a completely overcommitted host all VMs will get 5GHz CPU via CPUID, just that what they get is 10x slower than real stuff.
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The attached file contains screen shots from our Vmware environment monitoring application and listed stats for the vCenter server and DB.
..Thanks Again
vCenter-n-DBServerScreenshots.docx
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Are you kidding? can you get vcenter performance graphs?
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I understand but I thought I could grab stats from a 3rd party outside of vcenter since vcenter is the one that I am questions the performance on
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I wanted to thank everyone for their help with this. Since VMware support could not find any issues and I had our network team and db teams review this as well with no issus found I will close this question but still explorer why I am seeing Wait chain when I have more time
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