0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 24, 2015 3:00 PM by kong.yang

    High Percent Co-Stop (%CSTP)

    kong.yang

      Co-Stop (%CSTP) is the percentage of time that a SMP virtual machine was ready to run, but incurred delay due to co-vCPU scheduling contention. To remedy Co-Stop on a VM, decrease the number of vCPUs on that VM. If there are multiple VMs with high %CSTP on a host, it is likely a sign of CPU contention and resource starvation due too many vSMP VMs on that host. Migrate some of those VMs off to other hosts to re-balance the load in the cluster and also, decrease the number of vCPUs allocated to those VMs to see if the %CSTP goes to zero.


      VM CPU Co-stop (%CSTP) Alert in Virtualization ManagerVM CPU Co-Stop Alert Viewer in Virtualization Manager

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