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Hyper-V cluster limits were extended to 384 virtual machines per host

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As you may know until now only 64 VM’s were supported on a clustered Hyper-V host. Microsoft changed the support limits of virtual machines running in a clustered environment to 1000 VM’s per cluster with a maximum of 384 VM’s per node. This means that clusters with 2 nodes will be able to run a maximum of 2 x 384 = 768 VMs. With a cluster with 3 Nodes you should be able to run 333 VMs per node. In a cluster with the maximum nodes allowed (16 physical nodes), you should be able to run 62 VMs per node…

 

Requirements and Limits for Virtual Machines and Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 R2

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June 15, 2010 at 8:50 PM

Posted in Documentation, News, Virtualization

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