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NEC Storage IO Load Manager
Upper limit control
When an upper limit of I/O is set to a logical disk, I/O to and from the logical disk is controlled up to the limit. This will reduce impact of large amount of I/O to and from a certain logical disk affecting performance of other logical disks in the same pool.
It's possible to set an upper limit of I/O for a logical disk automatically by setting the pool performance and setting the ranking of an operation basis (a logical disk basis).
Lower limit control
When a lower limit of I/O is set to a logical disk, the amount of I/O to and from the disk is controlled not to be lower than the limit. This will maintain I/O of logical disks with an I/O lower limit.