Monthly Archives: October 2010

Ouch! – Hyper-V Server R2 Needs 10GB of Free Space for SP1

Here are a couple of observations when installing the new RC for Windows Server 2008 R2/Hyper-V Server R2 SP1. I know 10GB of free space is not what is used to be, but it is still a lot for working … Continue reading

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Hyper-V Live Migration terms: brownout, blackout and dirty pages

My Recent SearchServerVirtualization.com article Hyper-V Live Migration is undoubtedly the most sought-after feature of Hyper-V because of its ability to move virtual machines (VMs) between clustered hosts without noticeable service interruption. But in fact, Live Migration can cause brief disruptions … Continue reading

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VirtuallyAware Migration to Wordpress

VirtuallyAware.com has now been migrated over to WordPress as a result of Windows Live Spaces abandoning the blog business.  According to the Windows Live Spaces folks, you should have to do nothing different to follow the VirtuallyAware content.  Thanks for … Continue reading

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