1,000,000 IOPS from Hyper-V VMs using a SOFS? Talk about nerd-vana!!! Here are the links I found interesting over the last 48 hours:
- TechEd 2014: What’s New for IT Pros: My summary from TechEd on Petri. Note that I forgot to include Trend Micro/Symantec/Microsoft offering guest OS AV, and Tm offering at-rest data encryption.
- 3 Tips for Working with the Active Directory Administrative Center (ADAC): I wonder what percentage of admins have ever even opened this tool that includes some of the features they’ve wanted for 10+ years.
- How to troubleshoot the “Needs Attention” and “Not Responding” host status in System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager: Agreed, this happens way too often.
- Quickly Recovering Replication on Hyper-V: How to force Hyper-V Replica to resync and restart replication after a long outage or connection issue.
- Gathering Recent Events for a Specific Hyper-V VM: Troubleshoot a specific VM on a Hyper-V host.
- Hyper-V Replica Replication Health Mailer: A PowerShell script which mails the replication health in a host or in a cluster in a nice dashboard format. It gets the status of the replicating VMs and their foot print on CPU and in Memory.
- Hyper-V UNMAP Does Work With SAN Snapshots And Checkpoints But Not Always As You First Expect: How SAN snapshots impact UNMAP in ways that you might not initially expect.
- How Storage Spaces Responds to Errors on Physical Disks: Essential reading for those doing Storage Spaces.
- Achieving Over 1-Million IOPS from Hyper-V VMs in a Scale-Out File Server Cluster Using Windows Server 2012 R2: Go crazy with Storage Spaces in a SOFS.