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HOW many nodes can be there in sql server 2000 standard edition for failover clustering


HOW many nodes can be there in sql server 2000 standard edition for failover clustering

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hi
can anyone advise me the number of nodes a sql server 2000 standard edition can avail
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SQL 2000 Standard Edition does not support clustering.

SQL 2000 Enterprise Edition supports 2 notes and SQL 2000 Data Centre Edition supports 4 nodes.



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Wrong, SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition support up to 4 nodes.

From Microsoft:
SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition and SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition support up to four nodes for failover clustering, including an Active/Active/Active/Active failover clustering configuration, up to 16 total instances. This means SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition and SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition are not supported on a cluster with more than four nodes even if SQL Server 2000 is not installed on more than four of the nodes.


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there is no such version SQL Server 2000 Datacenter Edition

perhaps you mean Windows 2003 ... Datacenter Edition ;-)
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Sorry, fatfingered the past post.

Editions of SQL: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa933150(SQL.80).aspx

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