Replies posted by alexxdavid
Failover CLuster Manager. I get the Dta Locality Bit, I guess I will just use export as it then ask directly for a path whereas live migration is looking for storage directly connected to the hosts and I can't specify any share that are directly connected to the hosts right?
I don't understand what you mean by cluster rule (maybe you are talking about scvmm?) i will migrate straight to the smb share but was just saying that the only way to access the NDFS is by using the cluster name and this doesn't specify which host the data will be located.
I don't think that the Failover cluster have access to the Disks directly as it is through SMB. Export import I can do but was just wondering about data locality and hoping to get the files directly to the node they will be sitting on instead of export which dump everything to the cluster fqdn.
Understood! I thought that the container was presented as storage to Windows cluster and we would them need to format it! That makes sense and as long as Nutanix will support cluster rolling upgrade, then we don't have to wait any more time and deploy 2012 R2 and upgrade afterwards. If we were to do it that way, will we be missing any features from an upgrade to 2012 r2 compared to a full install of 2016?
"Tenative target is the next 30 days or less. My feeling is that it will be a day with "teen" in the name," Is that a November "teen" or a December "teen"? Nothing in particular for hyper-v but wodnering how we will be able to upgrade to 2016 with a 3 node cluster. 2016 has a rolling upgrade feature but we would still be missing out on some features like REFS etc as the cluster storage would have already been formatted. [url=http://myvirtualcloud.net/?p=8310]http://myvirtualcloud.net/?p=8310[/url] Hoping that Part 2 will have some Hyper-V specific features We could also move to AHV for our new setup but even that would create a challenge for us namely: [list] [*]the ability to perform backup using our VEEAM backup server [*]using our APC UPS to shutdown the servers cleanly (Still haven't find an easy and documented way to do that from an APC UPS)[/list] A 3 tier infrastrucure has it downside but I can't see how this would be possible with a 3 nodes nutanix cluster (Actually e
Now that all models supports all flash, will there be the pin to ssd available on pro licenses as well or is that still being restricted to ultimate? Also if you had to choose between this two config what would you choose? 3 x Nodes: 6 x 400GB SSD 4 x 2TB SATA or 3 x Nodes: 4 x 400GB SSD 6 x 2TB SATA
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