Matt you can use 4.0 labels feature. It does not give a 'preffered'
selection behaviour but it does abstract the selection of vm and host. So
all you need is to label your VM, in say label 'Web Sever' and then label
the hosts you want to run this VM with the same label.
Read more about it here
You need to edit all Pinned VM's instead of Hosts...
2016-08-25 14:11 GMT+02:00 Matt . :
> Yes, I'm aware of that, the issue there is. If you want to remove a
> host you first need to edit all pinned hosts, a fall back to Any Host
> In Cluster would be nice when
Yes, I'm aware of that, the issue there is. If you want to remove a
host you first need to edit all pinned hosts, a fall back to Any Host
In Cluster would be nice when you remove the host.
Maybe I should have asked my question different :)
2016-08-25 13:53 GMT+02:00 Alexander Wels
On Thursday, August 25, 2016 11:51:44 AM EDT Matt . wrote:
> I don't get what you mean here, if there are two host in this cluster
> without pinning it would chose whatever it wants.
> If I create a seperate cluster for each host, I cannot have VM's which
> coult be running on each.
I don't get what you mean here, if there are two host in this cluster
without pinning it would chose whatever it wants.
If I create a seperate cluster for each host, I cannot have VM's which
coult be running on each.
It's more an and/and/or issue
2016-08-25 5:17 GMT+02:00 Yaniv Dary
You can define a default cluster for this use case.
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On Fri, Aug 19, 2016 at 8:09 AM, Matt .
Is it an idea to have an option, not the first boot option, to set a
prefered host for a VM to start on ?
If you remove this host that it also does not complain about a pinned
VM as it should faillback on "any host in cluster" in that way ?
It's nice for static VM's on hosts that might
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