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NSX Manager high CPU utilization triggered by many simultaneous vMotion tasks (2150668)

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Symptoms

  • NSX Manager high CPU triggered by many simultaneous vMotion tasks.
  • DFW is configured with dynamic security groups which have criteria based on VM name or VM guest OS.

Cause

When a VM is vmotioned, destination host send two updates for these properties:

  • VM.guestFullName
  • VM.guestHostName
  • First update has these values empty. This causes VM to be removed from dynamic criteria security group.
  • Second update sends correct value again. This causes VM to be added again to dynamic criteria security group.
  • This causes dynamic criteria security group evaluation to be triggered twice, with no change in the result.

Resolution

This issue is resolved in VMware NSX for vSphere 6.2.8, available at VMware Downloads.

Note: This is a known issue affecting VMware NSX for vSphere 6.2.7 and earlier and 6.3.x.

To work around this issue if you do not want to upgrade, do not use dynamic security group based on VM name or VM guest OS.

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