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VMware: vStorage API – VAAI check status

To determine if VAAI is enabled service console in ESX or the RCLI in ESXi, run the commands and ensure that the value is 1:

# esxcfg-advcfg -g /DataMover/HardwareAcceleratedMove
# esxcfg-advcfg -g /DataMover/HardwareAcceleratedInit
# esxcfg-advcfg -g /VMFS3/HardwareAcceleratedLocking

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Can I check the VAAI status from the command line?

esxcfg-scsidevs -l | egrep "Display Name:|VAAI Status:"

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More interesting information: yellow-bricks.com

Source: VMware KB

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  1. Jayden
    January 26th, 2011  (Quote) at 02:35  (Quote) | #1

    PowerCLI rocks, easy to check this status, thank you

  2. Kate Hudsob
    January 29th, 2011  (Quote) at 02:36  (Quote) | #2

    I like it VMware: vStorage API – VAAI check status | VMpros after this im your rss reader 🙂

  3. February 19th, 2011  (Quote) at 19:50  (Quote) | #3

    your good

  4. Dindtha
    October 1st, 2015  (Quote) at 19:46  (Quote) | #4

    The storage is a VMax. Duncan’s post sggseuts that this is expected behaviour for all VAAI arrays.I hope to be able to test on another array but don’t have a lot of options with VAAI since I don’t work for a storage vendor.

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