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answered Guest OS 100% utilization, 'Total Run Time' is about 60%
Feb
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comment Is it possible to change the location of the *.avhdx files in Hyper-V
Bassebus, you're misunderstanding what an AVHDX file is. It's the live file in which new writes occur. Neither the VHDX nor the AVHDX is really "the checkpoint." When you take a checkpoint, the VHDX is made read-only and new writes are written to the AVHDX. If you delete the checkpoint, the new reads will be reflected into the VHDX and it is made read/write again. Even while the checkpoint exists, reads may come from either the AVHDX or, if the block hasn't been written since the checkpoint, the VHDX.
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answered Why doesn't my linux hyper-v guest display its ipaddress in hyper-v manager
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answered How to migrate a Hyper-V VM from a Desktop PC to a Hyper-V cluster?
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answered Using Glusterfs Dist-Replica Storage Pool for Hyper-V Virtual Machine Storage
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answered Single host CSV
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answered how to access a unix machine from windows command prompt
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comment How does Hyper-V Replica Initial replication from Existing VM works?
That's fine. Mark it any way you like. Google me if you want to know where I get my information.
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answered How does Hyper-V Replica Initial replication from Existing VM works?
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answered Hyper-V - backup guest VM (while powered down) just by copying files?
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comment Questions about a Scale-Out File server cluster setup
Ferryk, imagine somebody came to you and asked "How should I stay comfortable while standing on my head next to a comfortable chair, but remember that I'm only standing on my head for a learning experience?" Most people would answer "Just sit down in the chair. You'll have learned all you need to know."
Nov
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comment Questions about a Scale-Out File server cluster setup
What's the point in the SOFS if you have a SAN? Why not just attach the storage to all the compute nodes directly, using all 6 machines for computation?
Nov
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answered 2 Node Failover Cluster
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answered Exclude specific VHDX from online backup of Hyper-V guest
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answered How to change a VM's checkpoint type from Production to Standard using powershell
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answered hyper-v not recognizing linux integration services on CentOS7
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answered Hyper-V performance and the Save State BIN file
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answered Do I need to use Sysprep to clone VMs on my personal lab?
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answered MS Data protection manager restore files from linux vhdx