@olivierlambert Hey i have another question, If i run the VM on the second Server does it matter if the RAM is the same althought CPUs are the same? Make and Model of the RAM or can that cause a problem? Another question if i have Host 2 online and i run different VMs on each of the host meaning Mail and Web Server on one host and Cloud Storage Server on the other using the same iSCSI storage can this be done by adding a second host to XO? or could it be possible to combine both servers into 1 for more Memory?
@gskger I could. I also have a very janky solution laying around, in the form of a Mini PCIe to PCIe adapter that could replace the ProDesk's Wifi card. I could then plug in a bog standard Intel PRO/1000e Quad Nic card. Haven't got around to trying that though.
I'm asking because I need to increase my pool's CPU resources, the easy way is buy the same processor, but thinking in a more powerful option, RAM and networking features are ok, but compute performance is being starvest by some VM.
I have an old pool, which I had to upgrade some years ago, but no more original model components were available, so I had to buy a new model, new cpu generation, so it became an heterogenous pool. The problem was not the lost of new cpu features, the problem is that time to time, when I performe a live migration VM, it hangs and I must reboot the VM.
Keeping in mind to avoid and heterogeneus pool, I think the safest option is 5220S, because 6226R implies more changes which I unknow in the architecture, maybe new features, that's what I unknow.
Hi, I add the same thing last week. Yes it was a driver issue that got through Windows Update. I actually download the latest driver from Citrix and it solved my issue, I also de-activate the Windows update tools. I didn't try to inject the drivers, I restore a backup from the night before.