We have 2 Hyper-V server that have been having some issues with failover. From what I can gather the failure is because of my first Hyper-V host.
Everything seems to depends on him. When he goes down so does everything. When I check the second Hyper-V host he cannot see any of the volumes to boot the VMs. But, once the first host comes up he then can see them.
Now we have our two hosts setup in a Quorum Config of Node and Disk Majority, but for whatever reason if we lose the first host, we still lose all our VMs.
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