A. This really depends on how many nodes you have in your cluster. If you have three or fewer, then no.
You can only perform one live migration concurrently for each pair of nodes involved in the live migration (the source and target). If you have four-node cluster with nodes A, B, C, and D, you could be performing a live migration between A and B and a separate live migration at the same time between C and D with no problems. You couldn't have a live migration between A and B and another between B and C at the same time, however.Related Reading
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