I have an XML code which fetches a node from one xml and creates a new xml out of it. the code is as follows, parser = new DOMParser(); parser.parse(new StringReader(xml)); xmlSrcDoc = parser.getDocument(); xmldoc.setXmlVersion(“1.0″); // new xml doc xmldoc.setEncoding(“UTF-8″); Element e1 = xmldoc.createElement(“config”); e1.setAttribute(“productVersion”, “x.x”); e1.setAttribute(“xmlns:abc”, “http://xmlns.efg.com/xyz”); NodeList nl = xmlSrcDoc.getElementsByTagName(“tag”); Node e = [...]
Answer Question | April 23, 2010 9:30 AM
Fetch, nodes, XML
So in a failover from a failed node, no data is lost there is just a longer interruption in service compared to live migration. Does the guest know anything happened or does it continue on as if nothing happened? Anything special for a virtual SQL or Exchange server in a failover scenario?
Answer Question | June 17, 2009 6:26 PM
Failover, Live Migration, Microsoft virtualization, Microsoft Virtualization Chat 5/14, nodes, Virtual Exchange Server, Virtual Machines, Virtual SQL Server
I heard there was a restriction on the number of VM’s that could be Live Migrating at the same time in R2 (2 I believe). Is there a limitation and what happens if a node in your cluster goes down that has say 12 machines running on it?
Answer Question | June 17, 2009 6:14 PM
Clusters, Live Migration, Microsoft virtualization, Microsoft Virtualization Chat 5/14, nodes, Virtual Machines, VM