After previously having to use System Center Virtual Machine Manager for live migration of VMs, it is now possible to set up Hyper-V 3.0 for live migration directly through the Hyper-V manager console.
Here are some simple instructions on setting up your Hyper-V environment for failover. You will require at least 2 physical machines running Windows Server 2012 with the Hyper-V 3.0 Role installed. For this configuration they need to be members of the same domain and connected within the same subnet.
|Step 1: (1/23/2013 10:33:18 AM) User right click on “Microsoft Windows Setup (x64) (edit)” in “Windows Deployment Services”|
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This is probably the easiest way to write RAW/ISO images to a USB Flash Drive for creating live USB or installation drives – at least on Linux.
In Windows, however you may run into a few problems. First off, the ISO format is not supported in the Windows version. You need to be using RAW format. If you are lucky, simply renaming the ISO to .raw format might work. Continue reading How to write images using SUSE ImageWriter in Windows