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  • Blog Post: Debugging performance issues with VMQ

    In my last posts about VMQ (virtual machine queues), VMQ Deep Dive, 1 of 3 , I tried to give readers a thorough understanding on the technology and why it was needed. Unfortunately, I still feel like there’s a piece missing around troubleshooting suspected VMQ issues. Therefore, in this blog post I’d...
  • Blog Post: VMQ Deep Dive, 2 of 3

    Introduction In my last blog post of this series, ‘ VMQ Deep Dive, 1 of 3 ,’ I went into detail on why we implemented VMQ and how to view the VMQ settings on the adapter to verify that it was configured properly. In this blog post I am going to explain Static v Dynamic VMQ and then outline...
  • Blog Post: VMQ Deep Dive, 3 of 3

    Introduction At this point I’m hoping everyone has had the opportunity to read my two previous blogs on VMQ, VMQ Deep Dive 1 and VMQ Deep Dive 2 , and are more knowledgeable about the offload and when to use it. In this last post of this series, I want to go into on how to monitor and troubleshoot problems...
  • Blog Post: VMQ Deep Dive, 1 of 3

    Virtual Machine Queues (VMQ) is an incredibly powerful performance technology introduced in Windows Server 2012. A concern we’ve noticed as Windows Server 2012 is increasingly deployed in datacenter environments is misconceptions about VMQ, and even “tribal knowledge” that disabling...