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From koushik-das <>
Subject [GitHub] cloudstack issue #1960: [4.11/Future] CLOUDSTACK-9782: Host HA and KVM HA pr...
Date Tue, 11 Apr 2017 09:48:03 GMT
Github user koushik-das commented on the issue:
    @abhinandanprateek Initially I also thought that this is about host HA. But after reading
the FS I had doubts and asked about the definition of "host HA". If you refer to the discussion
on dev@, it was mentioned that "host HA" would trigger VM HA so that they are started on other
hosts. This is the same as existing VM HA and I don't think we should refer to it as host
    @rhtyd I had replied with some specific questions/comments on the discussion thread. I
didn't see any responses on those.
    Basically I would like to see a clear definition of "host HA". When a host is HA'd what
all should happen? If the definition provided is nothing but VM HA then the question comes
why a new framework when the existing framework is already there. 

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