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SQL 2012 AlwaysOn


SQL 2012 AlwaysOn

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Dear Gurus,

I have a SQL Cluster with the followings.

Windows Server 2008 R2
SQL Server 2012
Shared Storage(SAN)

Now i have another requirement of SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn which a news feature in SQL Server 2012 for HA and DR. Your kind support is required for the below clarification.

For a two node AlwaysOn

Do we need a Shared Storage(SAN) for SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn
Do we need to have independent storage on each node for db restoration.
do we need to install SQL Server 2012 on each of the node with same and independent instance

Please suggest with your goodself and i will be very thankful if any specific Web Link /video Link is shared.

Regards.

Adeel Imtiaz
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Refer following article:

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/FCI/92196/

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Thanks Team, and i have few more queries and need your kind expert opinion.

if i have to build a two node SQL cluster with shared storage and always on, is there any possibility.

Thanks.
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I doubt.

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Dear Guru,

can i please share further clarification about it. i can do it or not.

<<can i build a two node sql cluster with Shared storage(SAN) with AlwaysOn>>

OR

I have to go wthe the second scenerio as mentioned in the link shared by you.

i have a very important assignment and i am waiting for this query to resolve.

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adeel.imtiaz (3/30/2014)
Do we need a Shared Storage(SAN) for SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn

No, not for a standard AlwaysOn configuration involving replicas that are standalone installs of SQL Server


adeel.imtiaz (3/30/2014)
Do we need to have independent storage on each node for db restoration.

Again, same as above.
If you have standalone instances as your AlwaysOn replicas they each have their own local storage, this can of course be SAN presented.


adeel.imtiaz (3/30/2014)
do we need to install SQL Server 2012 on each of the node with same and independent instance

Yes, a standalone instance would be deployed to each node that is to host an AlwaysOn replica.

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adeel.imtiaz (3/30/2014)
Dear Gurus,

I have a SQL Cluster with the followings.

Windows Server 2008 R2
SQL Server 2012
Shared Storage(SAN)

Now i have another requirement of SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn which a news feature in SQL Server 2012 for HA and DR. Your kind support is required for the below clarification.

For a two node AlwaysOn

Do we need a Shared Storage(SAN) for SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn
Do we need to have independent storage on each node for db restoration.
do we need to install SQL Server 2012 on each of the node with same and independent instance

Please suggest with your goodself and i will be very thankful if any specific Web Link /video Link is shared.

Regards.

Adeel Imtiaz





Could you let us know why you want to set up Always ON availability groups on the SQL Server cluster, external to the SQL Server failover cluster instances on the same cluster ?

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