I have been persuaded to move an application running under linux on to a Hyper-V VM. I am having significant performance issues and hope some one can cast some light on them.
I am having to run on a legacy network card as the 'synthetic' NIC gives poor through put. This gives a drop of about 50% compared with the original machine.
Disc I/O is down by a factor of 8 when copying significant amounts of data. (say 7 Gbyte) The application originally ran on Fedora 15 on an HP DL385 (8-cores) with 8Gbyte memory. The VM is running under Fedora 18 on a Dell R520 with 8 Gbyte with a fixed VHD disc
Am I correct in assuming that Fedora 18 kernel has the latest Microsoft Integration Modules?