Apart from introducing Re FS they also did some work on NFTS to help with reliability.
We already discussed the use of the flush command in Windows Server 2012 64TB NTFS Volumes and the Flush Command.
Now we’ll look at the new approach for detecting and repairing corruptions in NTFS which optimizes uptime through on line repair and keeps off line repairs minimized and very short thanks to spot fixing.
On top of these improvements studying this process taught me two very interesting things: So read on and find out why I’m not worried about the 50TB & 37TB LUNs we use for Disk2Disk backups.
Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V comes with a number of new features and improvements for Hyper-V high availability and virtual machine mobility.
In this article, I will walk you through everything we need to do to build Hyper-V failover cluster including how to validate, create, manage and test our high availability VMs via Failover Cluster Manager. ( for providing servers and QNAP storage for this lab setup. The previously created targets are listed in the Discovered targets section.
While NTFS has been able to handle volumes up to 256TB in size, this was never used in real life due t the fact that most people don’t have that amount of storage available (or need to have) and that the supported limited was 16TB. That’s just about future proof enough for the time being I’d say .
In real life the practical volume size has been smaller than this die to a number of reasons.
Select the Perform a quick format check box, and then click Next. On the Completing the New Simple Volume Wizard page, click Finish.
On the Assign Drive Letter or Path page, click Next. On the Format Partition page, in the Volume label box, type Quorum.
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A failover cluster is a group of two or more computers working together to increase the availability of a clustered services or applications. On the KTM-HOST1, Open Server Manager, click Tools, and then click Computer Management. On the Computer Management, go to Storage and then click Disk Management.