[Bug] [Virtual Machines] Virtual Machines are shown as "not clustered" on a Hyper-V Failovercluster
Hi, just to confirm – your clustered VMs are showing up as “not clustered” in the Honolulu UI, right? Does this happen for all your clusters/VMs? Do you have repro steps on how you created the VM?
Karl Wester-Ebbinghaus (@tweet_alqamar) commented
is this still open in the current release? I haven't seen it.
THis looks like a duplicate of https://windowsserver.uservoice.com/forums/295071-management-tools/suggestions/31688515--bug-vm-marked-not-clustered
I've also seen this behavior, except that all of my VM's show as not clustered.
This is a brand new cluster. The cluster is hyper-converged. The cluster was created from SCVMM 2014 Update 4. All cluster nodes are 2016 server core. about 1/2 the VM's were created via SCVMM. The other 1/2 were live migrated from a non-clustered host onto the cluster using SCVMM. In my case the 'inventory' tab shows all VM's as non-clustered, however if I click into the VM details then the clustered state is shown correctly.
Hi, it happens after adding a running Cluster. But not to all VMs. E.g. running a 4 node Custer with a bunch of Vms, some are shown as clustered some not. I think the refresh task form Honolulu is buggy. Another thing is, changing the IP-Adress of a Host is cool, but the Honolulu Gateway doesn't a clear-dnsclientcache, so i have to do it manually.