3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 30, 2019 12:55 AM by A13xxx

    vSAN Cluster and MacOS Host

    BoothsSysadmin Lurker

      We have a 4-node vSAN cluster. I have created a Windows VM for our design team. Unfortunately given the age of the iMacs (10.1) and the version of Windows (2016) there appears to be some SMB compatibility issues. I am putting together a range of options and wondered if we could introduce some supported Apple hardware into the cluster, spin-up a macOS VM that uses the vSAN storage?


      Is this possible? Valid?


      Assuming the Apple hardware is supported, is it wise/possible to have a node in the cluster that isn't contributing to the vSAN storage like the other 4?


      Any advice much appreciated.