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Adding a Named instance to an existing sql server 2008 R2 Cluster


Adding a Named instance to an existing sql server 2008 R2 Cluster

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I've got a sql server 2008 R2 Clustered(active/passive) environment setup already. I'm trying to add a named instance to the existing clustered environment. Can anyone point me in the right direction of a step by step approach?

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Do you want this new instance to also be clustered? Or will it be a stand alone instance on one of the boxes?



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Yes the named instance will be on my cluster active/passive box
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Yes the named instance will be on my cluster active/passive box


I am going to take that to mean you want it clustered.

The setup is the same as you did for the first cluster - now you are just creating a second cluster. Each cluster must have unique resources. So any resources in use by the first cluster cannot be reused for the second cluster.



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Thanks Jason. I actually found a link that basically says what you are saying. Essentially the Named instance that I'm trying to install is its on separate cluster(i.e. which is very different then installing a named instance on a non clustered servers)

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/sqlsetupandupgrade/thread/906a8c25-ce3c-402b-9a06-648bd83bdfde
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