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Posted on 2009-06-30
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Hi All,
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?
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make sure that your dependacies are correct in the failover cluster management. I would assume they are not correct and this is why it is throwing it off. In the properties on the VM make sure all your clustered servers are available for the failover.
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