20 Haziran 2012 Çarşamba 15:56
I was going to use an attached physical raid array for the secondary guest drive on a HyperV guest to gain performance over formatting the array and storing a vhd there.
If i later want to make the size of that raid array larger, IE: add another drive and do an online expansion of the array, will this work with HyperV.. will i then do as i would with a physical 2008 box and goto disk management and expand the drive there?
I dont seem to see much info on this particular part..
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20 Haziran 2012 Çarşamba 19:26
This depends on your raid level.
If you have 2 disk and RAID 1 configured, adding 1 disk will not extend your size. It should 2 disk. Then you can.
If you have 3 disk with RAID 5 , adding 1 disk or more can be done.
You can do it online with vendor tools (In HP Servers , I had done many times.)
Yes , extend drive in Disk management works.
CAUTION: As always doing these things can cause critical issues or damage. You should backup first, then do the operation.
Also Disk Firmware and disk type , disk size should be the same for eliminating future problems.
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21 Haziran 2012 Perşembe 01:46Moderatör
As Murat mentioned, it depends on your RAID array type.
By the way, did you configure the RAID array on Hyper-V host machine and then attach it to the virtual machine as pass-through disk? General speaking, you can extend the LUN on the SAN when you use it in virtual machine as pass-through disk.
How to Increase pass-through disk?
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