Windows Server 2012 R2 introduce a feature called Automatic Virtual Machine Activation (AVMA). Until Windows Server 2008 R2 the only feature to activate Virtual Servers in HYPER-V Host was to login in Server and follow the steps to Activate with the License Key.
In my previous articles i wrote about Live Migration without HYPER-V Failover Clustering.
But Last month while setup a HYPER-V Failover Clustering. encounter an error.
Today i talk about the specific error and how can resolve it without need to search hours in Goodle to find the solution.
In the first Part explain some of the reasons that requested to move Virtual Machines in different HYPER-V Hosts.
We found out that Live Migration has different Move types and different Move Options that can use.
Different reasons like storage space , lack of resources as RAM , CPU or migrate to a new Server requested to move virtual machines in different Hosts.
Fortunately HYPER-V has many options to move virtual machine from one HYPER-V to another HYPER-V Host.
Windows Server 2012 HYPER-V has some advance features that don't use it but you can protect you from different incidents in your environment or security issues.
Small environment which use HYPER-V maybe don't need these advance features but large environments with lot of Virtual Servers maybe it's very useful.
By admin on Apr 11 2017 - 11:33am
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