Hyper-V Program Manager
If you have Hyper-V Replica enabled on a virtual machine, and Hyper-V is not able to send all disk changes across in a timely fashion, the replication relationship will eventually be put into a failed state. At this point in time you need to perform a resynchronization to get the replication relationship back to normal.
We do allow you to configure for automatic resynchronization – like this:
However, I do not enable this on my virtual machines – and I would encourage any users of Hyper-V Replica to be very careful about how and when they enable automatic resynchronization. There are two main reasons for this note of caution:
Very interesting. I wondering if there is away to be alerted when it requires a Resynchronisation.
Amazing articles... Thank you.
Can we force the Replica to use a dedicated network between two hyper-v hosts??
However for live migration, we can choose the desired network (Use these IP addresses for Live Migration).
I have two 10G adapters teamed together, the virtual switch is created on top as converged network (MangementOS, LiveMigratrion, etc...)
Each network is set with a specific VLAN to isolate the traffic.
The two Hyper-V boxes are in the same LAN on campus.