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Scheduled MS Cluster Failovers using Automation Server Objects Expand / Collapse
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Posted Monday, November 01, 2004 6:39 PM
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Nice article and another way to handle cluster operations. I can see advantages to putting together a custom interface for an operations staff rather than having them rely on command line cluster group commands or taking a chance on them hitting the wrong cluster through Cluster Manager.


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The author of this article, Anthony Bressi, my Brother, passed away a few months ago from Brain Cancer. He was a great man, brilliant, who will be very missed... God speed Tony... Thanks for the insight that continues to help people even to this day......

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