I inherited an environment where the Previous Owner had started a migration from VMware esx5.1 to HyperV 2012. Once upon a time there were 3 esx 5.1 hosts managed with a vsphere server for high availability and vmotion. Now only one of those hosts remain, and the vsphere management server is long gone.
I want to delete a volume assigned to this esx host, but I found these lingering HA folders (I believe they are the heartbeat servers). I've attached a pic.
Normally Id probably just leave the volume out of an abundance of caution until I was all through with the esx host, but to complete the migration it would be MUCH easier if I could reclaim that volume space.
What I don't know is 1) Can I move these files in some way 2) Can I delete these files without further risk to the 2 VM guests and the host that remain, given that HA / clustering isn't working anyway 3) how is the best way to go about doing any of that.