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Inplace Upgrade from SQL 2005 Cluster to SQL 2012 Cluster


Inplace Upgrade from SQL 2005 Cluster to SQL 2012 Cluster

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I need to do in place upgrade from SQL 2005 EE cluster?(OS Windows 2008 R2 ) to SQL 2012 EE cluster. Can anyone suggest me the procedure, pre and post steps.
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You should find everything you need here
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms191295.aspx

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I personally STRONGLY recommend to my clients that they avoid in-place upgrades, ESPECIALLY on clusters and ESPECIALLY ESPECIALLY when skipping THREE versions. There's just sooo many ways and places things can go sideways, especially since you don't have experience with this stuff.

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ok thank you all.
But the client needs inplace upgrade from SQL 2005 to SQL 2012 cluster. What would be the issues if we do inplace upgrade.
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