Environnent is full Windows Server 2012 R2.
I have a Hyper-V cluster on which I host a testing fail-over cluster file server with 2 guests. Guest cluster is running and file server role installed and running fine with many shares on it. For now a single drive is hosting the data.
Since it is impossible to resize a shared vhdx I wonder if I choose the right solution for my needs. File servers has to be VMs.
What would be the solution to extend the data drive when it will get full ? Any solution without multiplying the number of volumes ?
EDIT : I would like, as I'm used to be on open source environments, to end up with a full failover file server on which I could extend the data volume without down time and to avoid using twice the necessary storage as for a DFS cluster without shared volume.