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Step-by-Step Guide to Clustering Windows 2000 and SQL Server 2000


Step-by-Step Guide to Clustering Windows 2000 and SQL Server 2000

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Comments posted to this topic are about the content posted at http://www.sqlservercentral.com/columnists/bknight/stepbystepclustering.asp

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you mean for all clusterd environments(active/active,active/passive)




Edited by - pparuchuri@hotmail.com on 10/10/2001 4:53:43 PM



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I think the number one reason people have trouble with Clusters is they slap it together without doing a lot of research and study. A cluster is much more than just a fail-over SQL server scheme! For some it may be their first experience with Advanced server, SQL Enterprise Edition, Microsoft Clustering technology, and fail-over logistics. Not to mention clients that think since they spent $$$ dollars on the setup it will be more stable and require less labor than monolithic configurations.



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In wich directory do you put the files for the second installation? In the same path where the files from the first node are?



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In wich directory do you put the files for the second installation? In the same path where the files from the first node are?



If you accept the default, it will go into a separate directory under the Program Files\MSSQL$InstanceName directory. It goes on the local drives for each server.

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I have not an added option for a virtual server in the setup
Do you have an idea why ?

Thanks



Edited by - Arkady75 on 11/28/2002 10:17:49 AM



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Hum, i need maybe the Enterprise Edition of SQL 2000 and not the Standard Edition....
Isn't it ?



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That would do it. Clustering is an Enterprise Edition feature only.

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Can you specify if you need apply either window or sql server service pack, how do you apply, Can these be down while server on line?

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Hi Brian, your article is excellent, do you have any article on moving from active passive to active active cluster, I really appreciate -

Thanks & regards!


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