So i just setup a new Azure Stack HCI cluster on Windows Server 2019 with the September Cumulative Update and it was throwing a We couldn’t complete the features Undoing changes Don’t turn off your computer.Read more
Hello everyone, it’s been a while since my last post. So i thought i should share some something i could not find any other explanation on. And that is…..
My server is using 50GB+ of memory and i have no VM’s on it. Why is it doing that? Well there are a few explanations for that.Read more
Hello Everyone, it’s been a while since my last blog post. But boy do i have a great post for you today.
Today at Microsoft Inspire, it was announced a new Server SKU called Azure Stack HCI.Read more
Hello, a few weeks ago i had some issues at a client where Failover Cluster Manager would not repsond when trying to anything. It would just hang and eventually fail.
Even Hyper-V manager or the normal Powershell tools where hanging and taking forever. Doing a simple Get-VM, Get-Storagejob or any powershell command related to Hyper-V or Storage Spaces Direct would hang for ages, and maybe give out a response after 10-20 min.Read more
Hello Everyone, it’s been a while since my last blog post. So i thought id share something i came over in our Azure Stack HCI(Former S2D) slack channel. https://azurestackhci.slack.com
Someone said that they had a new Node that when they added that node to the cluster, the new Cache devices would not bind to the Capacity drives on that cluster. The reason for this is when the cluster was created, it was run with Enable-ClusterS2D -CacheDeviceModel. When doing so you tell the cluster that the only allowed Cache device is this model.Read more
Hey everyone, there has been a few announcements toady at Ignite for Azure Stack HCI
There are some relay big ones.Read more
Last week i was honored to receive the MVP award for Cloud and Datacenter for 2020/2021.Read more
With VMM 2019 we got the possibility to setup Azure Update Management for all new VM’s being deployed with VM Templates in VMM.
I see a great value in this as you do not need to setup a local WSUS server to do patching. And for any hoster you can easy have 1 single pane of glass in Azure to monitor and update the VM’s in your environment.Read more
Welcome back for Part 15 of this System Center VMM series, in this post I will talk to you about Guest OS ProfilesRead more
Welcome back for Part 14 of this System Center VMM series, in this post I will talk to you about Hardware ProfilesRead more