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how to map Datore cluster to Host Clusters

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how to map Datastore cluster to Host Clusters

When creating a New VM under Vmware Cluster, we may want that VM to reside in a specific cluster of Datastores.

I would like to know how to map or assign a cluster of Datastores to a cluster of ESX Hosts.

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Using the vSphere Client - Select Inventory > Datastores and Datastore Clusters.

Right Click Datacentre > New Datastore Cluster

Turn on Storage DRS if applicable

Select Host Cluster, and then Select Datastores

That is how you create a Datastore Cluster, and associated it with a Host Cluster.
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Thanks..so simple..
If a VM gets vomtioned from one datastore to another..will there be any down time ?
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If a VM gets vomtioned from one datastore to another..will there be any down time ?

No, the same as if a VM is vMotion from one host to another, there is no downtime.
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