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Automatic poweroff on Host fail

Post by skonvols2k » Jan 22, 2018 2:52 pm

i have the following question for Veeam One:
i have a 2 host cluster with enough RAM to run 3 big VM each, the first set of 3 VM is production, the second is quality.
If the host running production fails it's possible to configure a rule in Alerts of Veeam one that shut down the 3 VMs of quality (via a powercli script, i suppose)?
Which Alert it's the best to achieve that?

This is necessary because there isn't enough host ram to run all the VM.

if it's possible, how?
Thanks a lot

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Re: Automatic poweroff on Host fail

Post by Shestakov » Jan 22, 2018 3:43 pm

Yes it is possible, but requires powershell scripting. Are we talking about vSphere or Hyper-V environment?

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