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2nd node on Cluster turned off by infrastructure


2nd node on Cluster turned off by infrastructure

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Daryl AZ
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I inherited a virtual Sql2008 (sp1) active/active Cluster for our SharePoint installation.
Just determined the 2nd node in the Cluster has been turned off by infrastructure for awhile, business-as-usual.

There are multiple articles available for how to remove the 2nd node (restart, setup.exe, maintenance,...)
Is the 2nd node uninstall needed or do I now have a psuedo single node cluster?
OR if I lose the first node will the Cluster be FUBAR?

thanks

EDIT: Just realized I placed the Topic in the wrong folder, should have been High - Availability
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