I guess it’s true what they say, you can run but you can’t hide. I guess it’s time we decided to stop running. Welcome to vsanteam.info. A site dedicated to helping VMware customers, partners and more generally VMware professionals understand VMware Virtual SAN better.

In the future you’ll see some good info being shared and a collection of resources that we hope you find very useful.

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  1. BJ Knudson says:

    I just found your site and I’m really excited about it as a resource. I found it due to searching for power outage issues that might arise with VSAN and how to avoid them. I read your article at http://vsanteam.info/vsan-power-outage/ and had a few questions. Are all your servers on the same battery backup?
    Recently we had a power outage that was long enough to run my batteries dead, and for some reason our generator didn’t kick on like it should have. When the systems all came back up, they were mostly ok, but any SQL servers that were running any transactions at the time were completely corrupted and had to be restored to a backup.
    When I was reading through your article, I wondered if it was because our servers might have gone down maybe 10-20 minutes apart from each other. The cluster is 5 nodes, and the servers are spread out across 3 different UPS’. I’m wondering if you think that might effect the recovery smoothness you showed in your article. For instance, if 1 of the servers went offline and VSAN started the recovery process to avoid data loss…and then another dropped… etc.
    What do you think? Would that perhaps be the difference in our scenarios?

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