Worrying Console log entries

We have started to see Journal Daemon inactive and DBLatency warnings in the Console log of our Healthshare server. OS is Windows Server 2008 running in a VM. See below

10/03/18-00:46:39:344 (3840) 1 Journal Daemon has been inactive with I/O pending for 10 seconds:
gjrnoff=6642068,iocomplete=6637348,filecnt=771,fail=0
10/03/18-10:08:47:620 (6064) 1 [SYSTEM MONITOR] DBLatency(c:\intersystems\healthshare\mgr\cachetemp\) Warning: DBLatency = 2300 ( Warnvalue is 1000).
10/03/18-10:08:47:755 (6064) 1 [SYSTEM MONITOR] DBLatency(d:\databases\adtfeed\) Warning: DBLatency = 1251 ( Warnvalue is 1000).
10/03/18-10:08:47:756 (6064) 1 [SYSTEM MONITOR] DBLatency(d:\databases\bloodbank\) Warning: DBLatency = 1426 ( Warnvalue is 1000).
10/03/18-10:12:08:636 (6064) 1 [SYSTEM MONITOR] DBLatency(c:\intersystems\healthshare\mgr\) Warning: DBLatency = 1813 ( Warnvalue is 1000).

Has anyone else seen this type of warning?

MikeD

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Answers

Check performance log and activity on your ESX or whatever your VM is running on. 
It looks like a performance problem of the virtual disk.