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@Rob Hindman why this is not part of the offical documentation. Marcel Küppers (MVP) discussed this issue years ago on Technet and this blogpost.https://www.windowspro.de/marcel-kueppers/refs-ntfs-vor-nachteile-dateisysteme-server-2016
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Hi @Rob Hindman thanks for your article. There is a lot of pro and cons of using ReFS as a filesystem for Hyper-V machines. See also https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/failover-clustering/cluster-shared-volume-a-systematic-approach-to-finding/bc-p/1483528#M307 + comments Why does a CSVFS preform...
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@Elden Christensen thanks for your article. I have question in this regard. "64K is the recommended allocation unit size with NTFS and 4k with ReFS." "A rule of thumb might be to simply use the same cluster size as block size used by the storage layer. Always consult your storage vendor for advice, ...
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Awesome! Thank you John :)
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Answered over in the other blog https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/failover-clustering/windows-server-2019-failover-clustering-new-features/bc-p/1428119#M300 And just as FYI, Cluster Sets is our scale option and not positioned for disaster recovery.
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