virtual center

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Virtual Machines
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VMware ESX
if you run virtual center server on a virtual machine that is within a cluster and the esx host fails. Will HA migrate the virtual center server to a new esx host??
ASKED: November 21, 2007  5:12 AM
UPDATED: May 30, 2012  7:34 AM

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I had one of our experts look into this, and he said:

> No. HA will restart the VC VM on a new ESX host, but HA does not
> migrate anything. It restarts VMs from a powered off state on a new
> ESX host.

Hope that helps.

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Hannah Drake
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Yes it will, VC is not required for HA to work so the VC VM will be migrated to another ESX server just like any other VM.

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