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Explain Availability set?

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Explain Availability set?..

Answer / narayana

Failures can be occured due to disk,rack,hardware failures.at that time reboot must be required.

1)Increase the availability of our applications and provide the retundancy of VM.
2)Each VM assigned to availability set, assigned to Fault domain and updated domain
Fault domain: used to define the grp of vm's to share the common source and network switch
Updated Domain: used to define the grp of vm's and physical hardware that can be rebooted at the same time Ex: default upto 20 updated domains

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Explain Availability set?..

Answer / wipro123

Failures can be occured due to hardware failures, Rack,local disk failures. might be reboot required.

1) Increased the availability of our application and provide the retundancy of vm's .
2)Each VM assigned to availability set, assigned to fault domain and updated domain

Fault Domain: Used to define the grp of vm's to share common source and network switch.
updated Domain: Used to define the grp of vm's and physical hardware that can be rebooted at the same time.

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