Been browsing a few websites, and it seems right now all hyper-v clusters are build on CSV ( clustered share volume ).
I have a current setup (2 node window failover cluster).
I have 2 vms running on node1 each in its own cluster disk e.g.
- vmA (owner-node1) on clusterdisk1 (owner-node1)
- vmB (owner-node1) on clusterdisk2 (owner-node1)
I have 1 vm running on node2 in its own cluster disk as well.
- vmC (owner-node2) on clusterdisk3 (owner-node2)
q1) can the VMS in node1 run in the same clusterdisk ? (e.g. clusterdisk1) ?
q2) When node1 fail, node2 will take ownership of the clusterdisk1,2 and startup the VM; So what is the difference between using clusterdisk and CSV ?
I am using window server 2012 r2