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Hyper-V CPU/Memory resources – Daft question

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    Hi all

    Please be patient with what may be a very silly question, but it will hopefully resolve an issue between me and lets say my new colleague :)

    We have 5 Hyper V hosts all exactly the same specs in terms of OS, memory and CPU’s he is indicating that CPU and memory is collective across all hosts.

    So for example if host 1 has 5GB memory spare and host 2 has 1GB spare, we can create a VM with 6GB memory on Host 1 as the memory is shared.
    Hope this makes sense, I believe this is totally wrong, but feel free to tell me otherwise.

    Thanks

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