> thanks for your reply.
> is that possible to do? my problem is that the OS/application im
> using can't be load balanced. For example the VM1 in HOST A cant work
> together with VM2 in HOST B. I need VM1 in HOST A to take resources
> from HOST B also.
I'm not aware of the ability in either VMWare or Hyper-v to share different
physical host resources using one Virtual Machine.
What you're describing is a distributed computing model. So, you might be
able to modify your application to use that architecture independant and
outside of the virtualization mechanisims.
> "kj [SBS MVP]" <KevinJ.SBS@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news wrote:
>>> I'm fairly new to Hyper-V, i've been using vmware EXSi earlier but
>>> want to switch to Hyper-V.
>>> My question is regarding resource usage. Is it possible to for
>>> example have 2 hosts and load balance the load.
>>> i.e HOST A and HOST B
>>> One of the machine in HOST A is consuming a lot of CPU, can HOST A
>>> then utilize the CPU of HOST B?
>> Virtual machine workload would have to be distributed between the two