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win2012 Hyper-v

Posted on 2014-01-08
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Hi,

i have windows 2012 hyper-v failover cluster configured on 5 host with 13 guest VM,

using SAN storage, with 2 LUN's. one of the lun is getting out of the space,

 i can move some on the VMS to free LUN  on same storage.
please share the steps.


Thank you
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Since you are on a SAN you should expand the SAN volume and then use diskpart.exe on the node that owns the CSV to extend the partition.
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