An administrator created a six node Virtual SAN cluster, created a fault domain, and moved three of the six
nodes into that domain.
A node that is a member of the fault domain fails.
What is the expected result?
The remaining two fault domain members are treated as failed.
The remaining two fault domain members stay protected by the domain.
One of the non-member nodes will be automatically added to the fault domain.
VMware High Availability will restart virtual machines on remaining nodes in the domain.
When the member of the fault domain fails, the remaining two fault domain members are treated as failed too.