One of the customer faced a problem with Live Migration of VM created on Hyper-V, VMs without vFC attached can Live Migrate with no issues, Machines with vFC attached can’t live migrate but it can be Quick Migrated. The Logged Events were similar to the following: Live migration of ‘Virtual Machine XXX-XXX-XXX’ failed. Virtual machine… Continue reading Quick Migration works while Live Migration not.
when trying using Failover cluster manager to live migrate a Hyper-V VM, I faced the following error: Event ID 21502: Live migration of ‘Virtual Machine Library’ failed. Virtual machine migration operation for ‘SRV-XXX’ failed at migration source ‘NODE1’. (Virtual machine ID 8CC600A0-5491-45B1-896E-E99BB85AA856) ‘SRV-XXX failed to delete configuration: The request is not supported. (0x80070032). (Virtual machine… Continue reading Event ID 21502 when trying to live migrate VM on Hyper-V
This week I faced a problem for a customer, that when trying to start a VM from a Failover cluster he faces the following error message: 0x5 Access Is Denied By trying to start the VM from the Hyper-V manager, the following message appears: VM failed to Initialize In addition to: Failed to create or… Continue reading VM won’t start with (Failed to create or access memory contents) error
At the first moment you might think that the named pipes in Hyper-V are designed to redirect the host’s devices to the guest OS. But, in reality they are implemented to allow you to redirect the Guest COM ports to the Host. So for example, If you are interested in allowing a VM to use… Continue reading Named Pipes in Hyper-V
Interested in using USB devices with your Hyper-v VMs? Unlike VMWare ESXi which support USB redirection from v4.1, Hyper-V doesn’t support that. So you must use your USB devices (like smart cards and storage devices) or USB Dongles that are used to license some applications. what to do? 1- You want to Share USB device… Continue reading Accessing USB devices in a Hyper-V virtual machine