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Sql 2005 clustering Windows 2008 r2


Sql 2005 clustering Windows 2008 r2

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Kasnut
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Question: when creating a failover cluster I made the mistake of selecting available storage which had all the drives under it. When I tried to install the second instance i didn't have any storage options. I believe that when I get to the step of cluster groups i should have group options of dtc, group 0 and group 2 which has separate data drives for instances. Is this correct?

Secondly I thought when the virtual server is created it would appear in the cluster manager, What makes visible? When it was there before the install said invalid name since was already there.

Confused??
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