Microsoft Advanced Technology Days conference will take place in Zagreb from 18th to 19th of November 2015. I will have a sessions about Cluster Operating System Rolling Upgrade, Azure Witness, Cluster Compute Resiliency, Node Quarantine and other cluster technologies in Windows Server 2016.
Recently I was playing with Test-SRTopology cmdlet and it was keep failing with the error below.
I used the following cmdlet:
Test-SRTopology -SourceComputerName SR-SRC -SourceVolumeNames e: -SourceLogVolumeName f: -DestinationComputerName SR-DEST -DestinationVolumeNames e: -DestinationLogVolumeName f: -DurationInMinutes 5 -IntervalInSeconds 1 -ResultPath c:\SR-Report
Testing works fine and bunch of the csv files with data are generated. The data import fails just before generating nice and cool report since cmdlet can not parse the data because it expects US date and time format.
Workaround at this moment is to switch back to US Regional Settings if you want to play with it or do some real testing.
This is already fixed (thanks Ned) and will work with any Regional Settings in the next publicly available build of Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft Open Cloud Event is closing event before the well deserved summer break – al least for some :-). It will take place in Microsoft Croatia on June 18th and I will be talking and demoing about new Windows Server 2016 feature called Storage Replica. Hope to see some of you there.
Microsoft just started with so called UserVoice channels. It’s a way to leave your feedback about new Windows Server 2016, so if you have something to say you know now how to reach Microsoft people.
Here are the channels:
General feedback: http://windowsserver.uservoice.com/forums/295047-general-feedback