Anti-Affinity Rules on an ESX Cluster

Posted on 2009-02-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Can anti-affinity rules be run on an ESX cluster so that two VMs will always run on different hosts? We're working with a client who wants to load balance 2 web servers but would also like to make sure they are on different ESX hosts.
Question by:Darth_Sidious
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    Please update the number of ESX Hosts which are in the cluster

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    We have 6 hosts in this cluster.
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    You can go ahead with the Anti-Affinity rules as per the requirment.
    For any further info, please check Page 110 in the below mentioned URL

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    Perfect- thanks for your help, and the link!

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