Yes it's supported.
I'm pretty sure this is not correct. Everything I can find says that as of Update 1 & 2, its supported for iSCSI and Fiberchannel storage only. I suspect it will work for NFS, but thats not the same as supported.
Yes, VMotion will work with NFS. I do not believe SVMotion is supported with NFS yet. However it may work.
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[Nick Triantos|http://www.blogger.com/profile/09961325835631522741] said...
Officially Storage VMotion is not supported on NFS but that does not mean it doesn't work. Per VMware the reason has been lack of QA cycles.
I can not comment on VMware's Roadmap
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