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Hyper-v Server

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  • I understood your question a bit differently than did Frank.  I read your post as asking if Hyper-V Server, the no-cost download from Microsoft, supports clustering.  Yes, you can cluster two or more hosts which have installed Hyper-V Server.  The clustering feature is the same in Hyper-V Server as it is in Windows Server.

    tim

    17 Mei 2018 11:17

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  • Hi,

    Based on my understanding,you'd to know if it is support to move a cluster VM to standalone Hyper V server

    Yes, you can move it provided that the Hyper-v server is 2012 / 2012 R2 

    1. Remove the clustered VM from the failover cluster manager console

    2. It keeps running on the node it was running. From Hyper-V manager console, right click and start a live migration to any stand alone Hyper-V server

    Limitation is that if the VM has pass-through disk it requires a downtime

    There is a article for you

    Provision a cluster from Hyper-V standalone hosts in the VMM fabric

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/system-center/vmm/hyper-v-standalone?view=sc-vmm-1801

    Best Regards,

    Frank


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    17 Mei 2018 3:46
  • I understood your question a bit differently than did Frank.  I read your post as asking if Hyper-V Server, the no-cost download from Microsoft, supports clustering.  Yes, you can cluster two or more hosts which have installed Hyper-V Server.  The clustering feature is the same in Hyper-V Server as it is in Windows Server.

    tim

    17 Mei 2018 11:17
  • Thanks!

    Rodrigo Daphanis

    17 Mei 2018 14:51