"My system spec i5-3570K | GA-B75M-D3H | 2x 4GB Hyper X Genesis | WD Black + 1tb |..."
So I have two systems running Windows 8.1, and old and new. The old box has a a couple dozen Hyper-V VMs I used for development/testing. All the VMs are stored on a 2TB drive that is separate from the OS drive.
There is a review of the Prolimatech Black Series Genesis heatpipe heatsink posted at techPowerUP! this evening. This is the black version of the heatsink we looked at earlier this year.
Prolimatech looks to beat the competition with the Black Series Genesis CPU cooler.
On one of my servers there are 173 [migration] processes listed in ps aux.
It has 8 processors so there are the regular 1 per processor right at the top of the list.
But then there are extras in this kind of format:
I got a problem when using EaseUS Partition Master to change my partitions size:
When my computer (Windows 8) restarts and a black page with the words:
EaseUS Partition Master boot mode…
appears, Windows suddenly restarts.
I have rebooted many times to this point. I even tried to get into the "safemode" page or "advanced option" page but I couldn't do it.
We are thinking of implementing Hyper V Clusteriazation on Windows server 2012 servers. We aim to use the Live migration feature to eliminate downtime when one of the servers fails.
I am facing a small issue for converting my Hyper-V VMs to ESXi VMs.
I have 1 physical server. On that physical server I have Windows Server 2008 installed with the Hyper-V role. My 1 Hyper-V host has 4 Hyper-V guests.
I want to convert my Hyper-V host to ESXi.
"Hi I have Asrock B75M-GL R2.0 as a os installed windows server 2012 r2 essentials uefi..."
"Looking to sell my i5 3570K and the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo cooler I used it with..."
Can someone please shed some light on this for me?
I gather that it is possible to use Hyper-V live migration without the need for a Cluster Shared Volume.