So I work in a very Hyper V centric environment. At bare metal in our Colo everything is Hyper V and we have various work loads running in VMs from entirely windows focused ones like RDS to more varied stuff like websites, phone systems, etc.
What I was wondering was could Lxd in some way support Hyper V Shared Disks which are designed for Guest clustering scenarios where you need to run a cluster that requires shared storage and for obvious reasons do not want to expose your bare metal storage to a VM and give the ability to cross over to your physical infrastructure?
What I’m thinking is an Lxd cluster using Shared disks for the storage pool so that any failover or migration is basically instantaneous from Host to Host kind of like how it is with Ceph but without the headache of well… Ceph lol. To be clear this would be the same disk just attached to Nodes so they could all see it.
Any response welcome. Fine if the answer is no because of X I’m just very curious as I would think it would be useful for a lot of people.