Hyper-V: Clustering Survival Guide

Hyper-V: Clustering Survival Guide

In Hyper-V you can perform clustering at the host (virtualization server) level or the guest (virtual machine level).

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Table of Contents

Useful Sources

 

Windows Server 2008 R2

 

Core

For PowerShell, Cluster.exe & Scripting see that section.

Deployment, Migration & Upgrades

For deployment guides for a specific resource (Exchange, File Server, Hyper-V, Print, SQL, Other) or for deployment using PowerShell, Cluster.exe or scripting, please visit that section.

Exchange Server

See Also

 

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  • Carsten Siemens edited Revision 30. Comment: Fixed misspelling

  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 29. Comment: Add heading to TOC

  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 28. Comment: Fix zeros in <a name> tags in headings in HTML so TOC works properly

  • Ed Price - MSFT edited Revision 25. Comment: Added TOC. Removed extra white space. Added tags.

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  • Is the article title relative? There's a ton of links in the list that are not Hyper-V-related, not Cluster-related or even neither Hyper-V nor Clustering related.

  • Thanks for your comment. Relation is, well, relative. The Clustering and High Availability blog judged this list to be relevant. That's the point of this article.  The wiki way is to add rather than delete, so if you have additional relevant links, please add them. If you feel strongly that some of the links in this article should be removed, let's discuss over e-mail. Thanks in advance.

  • Ed Price MSFT edited Revision 5. Comment: Added "See Also" links.

  • Ed Price MSFT edited Revision 19. Comment: Font issues.

  • What's up with the formatting of this article? The indentation is all out of whack and the bullets are not uniform. And yes, I did try to fix it myself, but for some reason I couldn't get it right.

  • This is completely useless. There is just way way too many articles and just judging by the titles most of them have absolutely nothing to do with HyperV.

  • Ed Price - MSFT edited Revision 25. Comment: Added TOC. Removed extra white space. Added tags.

  • Ed Price - MSFT edited Revision 27. Comment: Grammar

  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 28. Comment: Fix zeros in <a name> tags in headings in HTML so TOC works properly

  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 29. Comment: Add heading to TOC

  • Carsten Siemens edited Revision 30. Comment: Fixed misspelling

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