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Good one. Thanks Brian....


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Hi Brian,

Thanks for all your articles and videos, Actually i have to a setup Active/active cluster for sql server 2005.

I am doing the cluster st up first time
My question is that how do i decide that how much disk(number of disks) and space required for both node, the total size of development database is around 1.4GB.

Please advise me or please send me link if you have already published article related to my question.

Thanks and Regards,

Ashu Jha
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