Add a new server host and using the same SAN storage currently used


I have currently an Hyper-V cluster with 2 nodes Windows server 2012 Std.

Those node are attached to a SAN storage.

They both access to a CSVFS volume that contain all my VM.

I wanted to build a new architecture

- using a new host Windows server 2016 or 2019.

- Reinstall one of my old node in windows server 2016 and make a failover hyper-v cluster between this old node and my new server.

I wanted to know if it’s possible to attach the new server to my SAN storage and attach the CSVFS volume directly to this new host to get my VM on this new host ?


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