AutoBalancerLevel

Dane Seelen 81 Reputation points
2020-12-08T01:16:39.687+00:00

I am confused and not sure which one takes precedent or if Microsoft just changed things.

But when it comes to cluster node fairness I have found two resources that show the autobalancerlevel 3 has two different aspects.

In one it represents - Balance when CPU or memory load exceeds 60%.
Found Here: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/desktop/mscs/clusters-autobalancerlevel

On the other, it represents - Average nodes and moves when the host is more than 5% above average
Found here: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/failover-clustering/vm-load-balancing-deep-dive

Thoughts or anyone know?

Windows Server Clustering
Windows Server Clustering
Windows Server: A family of Microsoft server operating systems that support enterprise-level management, data storage, applications, and communications.Clustering: The grouping of multiple servers in a way that allows them to appear to be a single unit to client computers on a network. Clustering is a means of increasing network capacity, providing live backup in case one of the servers fails, and improving data security.
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  1. Mico Mi 1,921 Reputation points
    2020-12-08T09:02:34.067+00:00

    Hi,
    Since both of the links you gave are Microsoft official documents and relevant information I can find is limited, if you want to know which statement is more correct, you can do a test to verify it.
    If there are any errors in the document, you are welcome to give us some feedback.
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    Thanks for your time!
    Best Regards,
    Mico Mi

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