This will be a post following on the previous one on how to control disk i/o in vSphere
That post showed how you set IOPS limits either through the UI or with PowerCLI.
Even though you set the limit on individual disks you need to work through the VM. And when you retrieve the disk limits for a VM you’ll get back limits on disks identified by the device key and not the label.
To make this a bit easier to work with I’ve created some Powershell functions that wraps the *-VMResourceConfiguration cmdlets and one that gives you the label of the disks when you query the limits for a VM.… continue reading