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Hyper-V Replication



I have been researching building a new server for a while now. Just wondering if anyone is using Hyper-V with replication?

What I am looking into,

2 x  Servers with Hyper-V, possibly  Ryzen 5 2400G, 32GB, HPE Smart Array with 1GB read cache (raid 0 for each disk), 10Gbe.
1 x 5Gbe NIC per server dedicated to replication via crossover.
Identical disks per server, 12TB, 6TB, and 4TB disks.
Windows VM with Stablebit to pool the disks with no duplication.
Hyper-V Replication to replicate/snapshot/sync the underlying VHD files from one server to the other every 5 minutes.

If a disk fails I believe I should be able to change the disk, start the replicated server and resync back to the failed drive.

Anyone else done this before with large slow storage?


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