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This is the best article I've seen on S2D and Cluster Metrics. My question (I know this thread is a couple of years old...) is this:I have the Cluster Metrics set the way I want them, but Storage repairs are not following them. I have the lowest numbered Metrics assigned to my dedicated Jumbo Frame ...
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Hi @Elden Christensen could you confirm that these values are still same with Azure Stack HCI and WS 2022 & 2025 releases? Thank you!
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@John Marlin Is there a way that I can ensure that the Cluster uses a specific NIC for all communications when there are multiple NICs running in same subnet? Can this be controlled somehow, e.g if I have 2 NIC adapters across all clustered nodes - Ethernet-1(Higher interface metric value) & Etherne...
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You can also use Task Manager to create a LiveDump. 1. In the Task Manager select Details 2. In the list of processes find "System" 3. Right Click on the "System" process, and in the pop-up menu you will see "Create live kernel memory dump"
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When following this procedure my Server 2019 cluster would crash until I found that I needed to put the server that I am going to reboot into Maintenance mode after draining the roles. If the server is running Windows Server 2019 or Azure Stack HCI, version 20H2, run the following cmdlet as administ...
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