Hi, I have enable VMotion on our Management VKernal interface, yeah I know, not a great idea, but maybe not apocalyptic. But we only have a 1 GB switch, so I am not sure how segregating networking virtually would help that, aside from maybe allowing you to manage things via two unique traffic shaping settings. Anyway, I am not knowledgeable enough about this as of yet.
My current issue is, I have tried to initiate a "shared nothing" live migration of a non important VM from one non important host to another using the web interface (for whatever reason the client cant do this in 5.5). And, I am encountering the following hard stop alerts. "the virtual machine requires hardware features that are unsupported or disabled on the target host sse4.1 sse4.2".
So this is a CPU architecture thing, which is fine, but the only solution to this is to escalate to more complexity (I don't want or need to yet). I need to create a "Cluster" which is used for HA and DRS, (which again I don't want do deal with right now) and configure it for EVC and then add the hosts into this.
Is there a way to simply configure the particular VM to have a compatible CPU architecture, such that this alert goes away? Without having to escalate up the chain to host level reconfigurations, or even higher abstract virtualized buckets. In Hyper-v, you can just migrate a VM. Sometimes, you need to flip a CPU compatibility radio button somewhere in the GUI at the VM level, but other than that, it's a non issue.
Thanks for any help or insight that you can offer into this, it is appreciated.