How do I install the Hyper-V role and failover clustering feature?

How do I install the Hyper-V role and failover clustering feature?

To install the Hyper-V role and the Failover Clustering feature on each physical computer, see the following procedures: Add the Hyper-V role in “Install the Hyper-V Role and Configure a Virtual Machine.” Perform this step on both physical computers if you did not create the virtual switch when you installed the Hyper-V role.

How to manually Register SPN on Hyper-V?

So, we manually registered the SPN on each Hyper-V servers being part of the cluster. You can do that via the Attribute tab (as seen above) or using the setspn command line : We checked that the SPN registered properly this time. We went back to our Hyper-V servers, restart the VMMS service and checked the log file again…..

What is the spinner in Hyper-V?

The spinner is the Windows Bootloader / windows kernel booting. Long past Hyper-V performing the BIOS post. It sounds as if you have a bad install in the virtual disk, a bad conversion, or something else that is suspect with the OS installation in the VM.

What are the limitations of HyperHyper-V and failover clusters?

Hyper-V and failover clusters include the following general limitations: The failover cluster can have a maximum of 64 nodes. You can have a maximum of 8,000 virtual machines per cluster for server computer virtualization, with a maximum of 1,024 virtual machines on a single node, provided that the server hardware has the resources to support them.

What type of shared storage can I use with Hyper-V?

You can use shared storage that is attached, and you can also use SMB 3.0 file shares as shared storage for servers that are running Hyper-V that are configured in a failover cluster. For more information, see Deploy Hyper-V over SMB.

What is the Hyper-V role and why is it important?

By using the Hyper-V role, you can use a virtualized computing environment to improve the efficiency of your computing resources and improve server availability without using as many physical computers as you would need in a failover cluster configuration that uses only physical computers.