Active Directory, AS/400, Business Intelligence, Career Development, CIO, Database, DataCenter, Desktops, Development, Exchange 2003, Exchange 2007, Hardware, iSeries, IT Strategy, Linux, Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes, Management, Marketing, Marketing Technology, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Windows, Mobile, Networking, Oracle, OS, Outlook, Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, Routers, RPG, RPGLE, SAP, Security, Servers, SQL, SQL Server, SQL Server 2005, Storage, Tech support, Virtualization, Visual Basic, VoIP, VPN, Windows 7, Windows Server, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP VIEW ALL TAGS
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");...
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?
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?