jja wrote:ReFS is pretty much only supported for Storage Space/Storage Spaces Direct.
If you have a san (iscsi/fc), or local drives connected to raid controller (not in pass-through mode), ReFS is NOT supported, and you can experience total dataloss, with no possibility of recovery.
Gostev wrote:So in theory, Microsoft could certify the specific RAID controllers for ReFS. However, there are thousands of RAID controller makes and models, and certifying them all is not doable. Which is why they chose to go with the blank "unsupported" statement instead - what other choice they have?
The "Certified for Windows Server 2016" logo identifies hardware components, devices, drivers, systems and solutions that meet Microsoft standards for compatibility and recommended practices with the Windows Server 2016 operating system. Products and Solutions that have earned the Certified for Windows Server logo are also fully supported in Hyper-V environment.
afishernwn wrote:just for reference, the Veeam UCS C240 deployment guide explicitly shows creating a RAID 6 virtual drive using the server's internal RAID and formatting that as 64k block size ReFS for use as the repository on that server.
BartP wrote:in all honesty jja's reply got me off guard.
Trying to find information, this old post was all could find. Basically backing his statement up.
I know it works fine, but have no source at hand to back it up.
Could you help me out on that?
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