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IB-1415 vs IB-V1415 performance issue

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Hi,

 

We have notice a big performance issue on IB-V1415 compared hardware appliance IB-1415.  Indeed we have notice very long delay during applicance upgrade or even when we are typing CLI commands. We didn't have this issues on our old IB-V1410. 

 

On bashbords , we could and CPU at 28% ,  memory usage 9% and base usage 4%...all seem OK

 

May you could that IB-V1415 have a limitation of 1200MHZ by core virutal CPU ( 4) and this limitation isn't sum on CPU usage of the 4 cores ?

 

Best regards 

Re: IB-1415 vs IB-V1415 performance issue

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@myloweslife wrote:

Hi,

 

We have notice a big performance issue on IB-V1415 compared hardware appliance IB-1415.  Indeed we have notice very long delay during applicance upgrade or even when we are typing CLI commands. We didn't have this issues on our old IB-V1410. 

 

On bashbords , we could and CPU at 28% ,  memory usage 9% and base usage 4%...all seem OK

 

May you could that IB-V1415 have a limitation of 1200MHZ by core virutal CPU ( 4) and this limitation isn't sum on CPU usage of the 4 cores ?

 

Best regards 


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