Your network contains three servers named HV1, HV2, and Server1 that run Windows Server 2012 R2. HV1 and HV2 have the Hyper-V server role installed.
Server1 is a file server that contains 3 TB of free disk space.
HV1 hosts a virtual machine named VM1. The virtual machine configuration file for VM1 is stored in D:\VM and the virtual hard disk file is stored in E:\VHD.
You plan to replace drive E with a larger volume.
You need to ensure that VM1 remains available from HV1 while drive E is being replaced. You want to achieve this goal by using the minimum amount of
What should you do?
A. Perform a live migration to HV2.
B. Add HV1 and HV2 as nodes in a failover cluster. Perform a storage migration to HV2.
C. Add HV1 and HV2 as nodes in a failover cluster. Perform a live migration to HV2.
D. Perform a storage migration to Server1.
One of the great new features coming in Windows Server 2012 is Storage Migration for Hyper-V. Storage Migration allows an administrator to relocate the source
files that make up a virtual machine to another location without any downtime.
Storage Migration creates a copy of the file or files at the new location. Once that is finished, Server 2012 does a final replication of changes and then the virtual
machine uses the files in the new location.
Reference: Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Part 3: Storage Migration