Hyper-v Host can be use standalone in small environments but in medium and large environments you need high availability.
Hyper-v Failover Clustering is the solution to keep high available with almost zero downtime when one of your HYPER-V Hosts encounter serious problem and must be bring offline.
In previous articles Use HYPER-V Live Migration without Failover Clustering - Part 1 explain how can use live migration in HYPER-V Hosts which is standalone and not in Failover Clustering.
In my previous articles i wrote about Live Migration without HYPER-V Failover Clustering.
But Last month while setup a HYPER-V Failover Clustering. encounter an error.
Today i talk about the specific error and how can resolve it without need to search hours in Goodle to find the solution.
Different reasons like storage space , lack of resources as RAM , CPU or migrate to a new Server requested to move virtual machines in different Hosts.
Fortunately HYPER-V has many options to move virtual machine from one HYPER-V to another HYPER-V Host.
Today i will continue with the Second and Last Part in HYPER-V Failover Clustering. Use these 2 technologies together to make High Available your Virtual Machines and keep downtime out of the game. In Firs Part i have describe how can enable Failover Clustering , use Validation Wizard and add the nodes that will be act as Clusters.
One of the biggest challenge of IT today is to keep production environment healthy without downtimes. In IT world this means Replications, High Availability, Failover Clustering, Load Balancing. Today most of the Servers are Virtual Servers with Hypervisors to keep the Virtual Servers.
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