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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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Robert Manello
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Great article. I was searching for a while for an automated means to be able to schedule failovers in my active/passive environment (to apply service packs that require a reboot for instance) -- I found a helpful article for this that I thought others may be able to utilize:

http://www.agilist.com/articles/clusterFailover.asp


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Could you also offer Windows server 2003 and SQL 2000 installand config?
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Or a Win 2003 and SQL 2005 configuration. With 2008 coming out shortly, I wonder how much longer MS will be supporting 2000.



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I have been really greatfull if this article was for Windows 2003 & SQL Server 2005. As SQL Server 2000 is set to expired APRIL 2008. So it was great to see this article coming after 8 years.
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Thank you very much for this article, it helped me a lot few years ago when I had to install my first cluster.

I think it would be also interesting to see what are the changes between clustering Win 2k3/SQL2k5 versus Win 2k8/SQL2k8, or an overview of Win 2k8/SQL2k8 clustering.



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I think this is great, and I agree it may be the time to talk about windows 2003 and SQL server 2005.
It is quite difficult to find the documents about maintenance each node or trouble shooting.
If you can provide that topic (let's say possible problem and answers etc), I will be really appreciate.

I saw just only one webcast from Microsoft about trouble shooting but it does not provide much in detail.

I am working in the corp that does not have clustering, so trouble shooting should help me gain the confidence.
If you can provide some resources or link, that will be great.
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hi brian,

I have a small clarification on 64 bit sql server 2008 Enterprise edition.

I have 64 bit Windows server 2003 enterprise edition domain machine which has 64 bit sql server 2008 enterprise edition.

computer name - erp
domain name - adc.com
user id - administrator

When i am installing an ERP application database in this machine it shows error as 'erp\administrator is not a valid windows user' but i am logging as 'adc\administrator'.

Can you tell what is the problem and how it can be solved.

Note - This machine is a VMware server
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