Datastore read latency

Hello,
I have Veeam-One monitor on my system and since I updated to the latest version I keep getting Datastore read latency warning and errors,
this is the exact error:
"Disk/Datastore: Datastore Read Latency" (108.0 Milliseconds) is above a defined threshold (100.0 Milliseconds)
in youre expirance what can be done to resolve this issue ?

Regards
Omri
ITm1010Asked:
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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
Is your Datastore ISCSI...if yes you should look at your ISCSI settings
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ITm1010Author Commented:
thanks, its an ESX with the disks built in (no external storage
but youre suggestion made me look further and I've found and old QNAP attached that isnt seppuse to be there
I'm taking a deeper look into it now
thanks for that
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gheistCommented:
You can reduce disk queues in ESXi just like SIOC does (needs ESXi reboot without vcenter w SIOC)
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ITm1010Author Commented:
Thanks gheist, I'll need to check this deeper never done it before
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gheistCommented:
Start with maximums, and halve until happy

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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
no feedback was given but comments/solutions provided should help the author overcome the problem
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