I didn't find anything about that so I'm going to ask you guys for help Actually we are struggling with iSCSI performance of our FAS3270 (8.2P6 7-Mode) for Hyper-V running Windows 2012 R1 on BL460 G7. They are complaining about disk throughput (lun) Let's say there is no issue from netapp side as we didn't find any issue/missconfiguration.
Currently we have two interface group on our FAS3270 : 1. group e2a, e3a -> Dual 10G Ethernet Controller T320E-SFP+ -> MTU 1500 2. group e2b, e3b -> Dual 10G Ethernet Controller T320E-SFP+ -> MTU 9000
Vlan which belongs to Hyper-V is in 1.group using MTU 1500 Same configuration is in host interface running HYPER-V. Between our FAS and Hyper-V host is just L2 network with MTU size 9000 on switches We'd like to switch to jumbo frames to "tune up" a performance
So my question is if can non-disruptively switch vlan from one interface group to another one with MTU 9000. Thanks