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December 17, 2010


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Doug B

As always, great article. I'd been working on this topic with the HP SVSP and you're right on. Everyone wants to talk about the magic you get, but what happens in the failure scenarios is much more interesting and less understood. Thanks for shining a light into the dark corners -- even though there may be monsters!

Just a note of a typo ...
"There are two core thing to understand about stretched VM HA clusters:"

should be 'things'

feel free to apply appropriate moderation to this comment :D


spotting typos is not difficult ;)
* VMs on the preferred site will immediately will *
should be
VMs on the preferred site will immediately


very well written, btw!


another typo ..
*VMs on Distributed Virtual Volume the preferred side continue to work fine.*
should be
VMs on Distributed Virtual Volumes on the preferred side continue to work fine.


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