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Rebuild Storage Spaces Direct S2D and Scale-Out File Server (SOFS) - Troubleshooting series
Rebuild a 4 Node Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) SOFS Cluster. Reconfigured the Network and use Validate-DCB to ensure the RoCE setup of DCB, PFC, ETS. Enable the S2D again on the "new" cluster Reuse/add the "old" Storage Pool back to the "new" cluster Add the "old" vDisks and share it again with the SOFS Role If it work, I get my VMs back... no need to restore from Backup... The "old" Cluster was deleted and one Host was complet reinstalled. The "Clear-ClusterNode" was used to clear the cluster configuration from a node. This ensure that the failover cluster configuration has been completely removed from a node. Sit back, enjoy 1 hour and 12 minutes of planned and unplanned challenges. Troubleshooting with Validate-DCB and the use of SCVMM/PowerShell to configure the Cluster Network
Microsoft Docs version of the Blog is now released Validate an Azure Stack HCI cluster https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure-stack/hci/deploy/validate