FEXs are generally not recommended for heavy storage traffic (for instance we don't support those for use in Hyperflex).
Also if you have hosts on the same fex that are transmitting a lot of traffic to each other, that traffic has to go back up to your parent switch to be 'switched', which makes it much easier to saturate the fex-to-parent switch uplinks than you might initially think.
Some times a quick wireshark session can show lots of retransmits if you have tail drop style of issues.
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