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    Hyper-V Failover Clustering?

    Anyone played with or actually doing it? The bit I'm still trying to get my head round is whether you can have a scenario like this:

    Node1: VMa, VMb
    Node2: VMc, VMd

    Where say *only* VMb is set for high availability and then Node1 breaks so we get:

    Node1: broken
    Node2: VMc, VMd, VMb

    OK you almost certainly wouldn't arrange matters like that in RL, but is that right?

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    I just spotted this thread.
    We have clustering here and yeh your right, only the clustering enabled imags move. You can tell the cluster what to do (aka move VM1 on fail from Server 1 -> server 3 rather then 2 unless 3 is dead) as well.
    If you have any questions ask away on a thread.

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