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In Part 1, I laid out a brief summary of VMQ and an example of the configuration that is appropriate for our four-socket, ten-core Hyper-V host. Here in Part 2, I’ll unpack the issue we’re facing in spite of our textbook configuration.

Following the guidance in VMQ Deep Dive, Part 2, using the commands in Part 1 of this blog, we find the below queue list. The three line items are default queues given to the Hyper-V host (HV01) on its physical ports and the related logical switch. We should be seeing the VMs on this host in that list as well, but we aren’t.

vmq_ps_not_zero

The Windows System event log shows the following error, which seems to be the issue with queuing.

vmq_oid_failed

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