Microsoft Failover Cluster (MSFT) on Nutanix

  • 17 October 2020
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With AHV-20190916.189, Nutanix supports Directly Attached Volume Groups in a Guest VM Cluster. On AHV clusters, you can create a guest VM cluster by directly attaching a volume group to guest VMs.

After you attach a volume group to guest VMs, vDisks appear as SCSI devices to the guest operating system and you do not need to set up any in-guest connections when you are creating a guest cluster. If you directly attach volume groups to guest VMs, you can seamlessly share vDisks across VMs in the guest cluster.

You can directly attach a volume group to guest VMs to create the following guest clusters:

1. Microsoft Failover Cluster (MSFT)

2. Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Cluster

 

For more details, refer to following:

Guest VM Cluster Configuration (AHV Only)

Create Guest VM Clusters by using iSCSI

Acropolis Release Notes


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