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    VM Migration from one cluster to another

    Hi there,

    Looking for some help in moving a set of virtual servers from one Hyper-V cluster to another.

    We have one cluster comprised of 5 servers connected to its own SAN (lets call it cluster 1), but we have just setup a new cluster running Server 2012 and connected it to its own NAS (cluster 2).

    We are still in the early stages so we do not want to migrate all the VMs in the entire cluster, rather one VM at a time. At the moment we have to export a VM in cluster 1 to a local storage location, copy it across the network to a node in cluster 2 and re-import it. Very time consuming.

    Is there a better way to get a server from one cluster to another?

    Thanks

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    VMM will do it, and manage your cluster. If you're running 2012 you will need SP1 which is still in Beta.

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