if I have two server:
The first one is a server Dell PowerEdge R410 which has version 1.8.2 (bios) and the same thing for the second but the bios version is 1.9.0
and I want to ride a cluster Hyper-V between the two hypervisors.
Is that the difference in the version of BIOS in both servers can cause problem with the cluster???
Cordially, KETATA Ramy
(If one can do it, I can do it. If no one can do it, I must do it)
The servers being at different revisions on the BIOS should not stop Hyper-V from functioning, but it is good practice to keep them both up to date. Here are the notes of the BIOS updates for the R410:
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I would update the bios before install if possible. Just because so often these days the bios updates do effect Virtualization technology as well as the X64 processor support code.