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Problems with clustered DTC server 2008 R2

I had a working clustred DTC, but due to a disk migration, i had to delete the service and recreate it. Thats how the problem started. When i recreate the service, it comes online perfectly. But when ...
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1answer
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Three Node Cluster that Allows For Two Failures

We are creating a three-node three-instance cluster with SQL 2008 R2 (not cutting edge, but that is what the application supports) and think it should be able to maintain quorum with two physical ...
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SQL instance names not shown in drop-down list when trying to remove cluster node

I was installing SQL Server 2008 R2 on a single-node cluster and accidentally installed into the wrong shared disk on the SAN. But when I tried to use the 'Remove node' from the installation centre ...
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How to shut down clustered SQL Server 2008 R2 with NOWAIT?

Is it possible to shutdown with nowait on a clustered instance? I want to delay recovery to when the instance starts, and I want to shut down as quickly as possible without issuing checkpoints to my ...
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1answer
479 views

Moving DBs (including System DBs) to new LUNs on a single node cluster

We have a single node cluster (SQL2K8 R2) currently utilizing storage on our old SAN. We'd like to migrate to storage on the new SAN without rebuilding or moving the user DB. The infrastructure ...
2
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1answer
963 views

SQL Server cluster questions please

We have SQL Server 2008 R2 cluster active/active/active (a, b, c) and three instances run on this environment. We did a test on one of the instances, and failover test. Manual failover from node c ...
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Manually moving SQL instance to another node causes immediate database mirror failover

I have a two-node SQL cluster (2008 R2). Some of the databases within that SQL instance are mirrored to another server on a remote site, using the High safety with automatic failover. The mirroring ...
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1answer
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SQL Cluster Resources Disappear After Removing Disk Resource

In the process of removing an usused disk resource from cluster, I would follow these steps: 1) remove dependencies on the disks by the SQL Server resource, 2) take the disk resource offline, 3) ...
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Is it bad to assign specific processors to SQL Server 2008 R2 cluster instances?

I have a SQL Server 2008 R2 failover cluster with a passive node and an active node. The servers are physically identical. I have two instances of SQL Server, one set to use all the CPUs in the ...
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How? SQL Cluster with multiple active nodes (not failover)

I'm building a new SQL 2008 R2 (Enterprise) Cluster that is backed by an EqualLogic iSCSI SAN. Instead of building a failover cluster (which I have done), I would instead like to setup several nodes ...