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Are you using OpenStack by any chance? My assumption is that the answer is no.

In OpenStack, we have the nova HyperVDriver / HyperVClusterDriver that is able to bind the OVS ports when a live-migration is requested, or even when a failover migration occurs.

OVS does not do these port bindings automatically on live-migration, as far as I know, and it is the same with OVS on Linux.

Plus, having a virtual machine in a Hyper-V Cluster doesn't automatically mean that the VM itself is clustered. You will have to mark it as clustered manually. The nova HyperVClusterDriver does this automatically.

Since you want to benefit from the Hyper-V Cluster's advantages, why not with an OpenStack deployment?

Best regards,

Claudiu Belu