Windows Server 2008 Cluster disk
Posted on 2009-06-30
i have 2 Windows Server 2008 Ent running Hyper-V on DL380G5 in a cluster configuration, HP 2012fc as storage.
I would like tohave a VM with 2 HD attached, so I've created the VM machine and then added to the cluster. It was succesfully added with the 2 Hd attached, the virtual system starts with no error.
But if I reboot the host, as the disk seems to be presented in a different way (for instance, before rebooting are disk 1 and disk 5 and after the reboot are disk 2 and disk 4) the VM fail to restart.
Any suggestion on how to fix it?