Some of you may have read from my previous Microsoft School Blog posts that I run a HyperV Clustered network. This consists of 3 HyperV Hosts, running Server 2008 R2 (considering when to upgrade to 2012)... with the VHD server data files located on a SAN.
This allows me to use the Failover Clustering feature to manage the resilience of the network.
This week; I came across an odd problem.
I was getting ready to do some maintenance across the system -
This article was originally posted on the Microsoft Schools blog on 20th Jan 2012 http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ukschools/ar...d-hyper-v.aspx Building School Networks for the Future - with System Centre and HyperV
One of our (many) friends over at EduGeek has recently done some work with Marine Academy Plymouth taking over their systems in May 2011. We have now a series which charts the process of
Updated 10th March 2012 at 12:56 AM by TheScarfedOne (Adding ping back)
This is the start of a lot of writing, because if I put it down in words, it'll make me believe that I'm in control and I know what I'm doing. I promise you, I'm not and I don't. Most of this will be disjointed sentences adapted from my hasty notes and vague memories, but some of it might prove useful, or at least entertaining. I'm writing it mostly because I enjoy writing and I need to practice more, and I'm cross-posting to my actual blog because I really should put some content there.
Updated 24th January 2012 at 02:41 PM by sonofsanta (Tweak of title)