A cluster consists of a group of computers connected so that in many respects they can be viewed as a single system.

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Failover Cluster and AlwaysOn Availability Groups across Data Centers

We have two 3 node clusters in separate data centers, let's call them ClusterP and ClusterS. ClusterP is our primary and ClusterS is our secondary for disaster recovery. Each cluster has multiple ...
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Multi-Site clustering on Windows 2012 for SQL Server 2012

I am hoping someone can point me in the right direction here. We are trying to do a proof of concept for a 3 node multi-site cluster on Windows Server 2012 R2 for our SQL Server environment. There ...
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SQL Server Configuration Manager 2012 - unable to set IP All = No

I have a 4-node SQL Server 2012 SP1 cluster, and under Network Configuration -> TCP/IP -> Protocol (tab), I am able to switch Listen All from Yes to No. However, when I hit OK (or Apply), I get the ...
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Does mongodb automatically move small non-partitoned databases to spread read load?

I have a few hundred small databases, each between 0.2GB and 4.0GB in size. These are sitting on a sharded mongodb environment with 10 or so shards. At any one time, only a very small subset of these ...
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SQL Server Clustering for HA combined with Log Shipping for DR

Has anyone implemented SQL Server log shipping in a clustered environment? Are there any issues or things to consider when implementing this scenario?
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SQL Server Clustering - Active/Active or Active/Passive?

What is the logic of the Active/Active cluster vs Active/Passive cluster? I have searched a lot and read lots of documents but have not found the answer. In active active cluster can I have 1 ...
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Keeping service up while taking drive offline in clustered instance

I have clustered instance with two (2) data drives on it. Drive J has around 50 databases on it and drive K has about 15. One of the system administrators was trying to increase the size on K by 20 GB ...
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Complete Failover Cluster Failure SQL Server 2012

We have experienced a full cluster failure on our 3 node cluster running SQL Server 2008 R2 with 7 SQL Server instances. It started when we rebooted one of the nodes and it returned an error: Node ...
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sql server active active configuration with same database names

I have a SQL Server 2008 Enterprice in a clustered environment and in active-active mode. By active-active mode i mean that both instances are active and serving requests to their databases. ...
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Event 4104, MSDTC Client 2

I am using Idera SQL Diagnostic Manager to monitor a Windows Server Failover Cluster with two SQL Server 2008 R2 clusters configured to run with one SQL Server cluster on each node. It just started ...
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Can SQL Server 2012 FCI have multiple names?

Is it possible to have multiple names for the same SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance (virtual server)? IT has a naming convention they like, but it hard codes the Windows cluster name into the SQL ...
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SQL SERVER 2014 Standard - High Availability Listener solution

The company has SQL Server 2014 Standard licenses and we're standing the servers up in a VMware environment. My initial plan is to create 2 instances on each DB server and run Instance1 on SQL1 as ...
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SQL Server 2012 SP2 update failure

I have been having failures to install SQL Server 2012 SP2 on a 2-node active\passive cluster. I have uploaded detail and summary logs for the latest run on the passive node here: https://www.dropbox....
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Change SQL Server 2000 from Active/Active to Active/Passive

I know it's cringe-worthy to use this term, but I have a SQL Server 2000 cluster with one clusetered instance running on it with multiple resources running on one of the two servers in the cluster all ...
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Does it make sense to run a cluster of database servers in docker containers?

I'm currently looking into setting up a database cluster (MySQL Galera or Percona) but I have only 2 machines. However, according to many sources I've read (This article from the Mariadb KB), the ...
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Can you upgrade a single SQL Server 2008 Failover Cluster Instance to SQL Server 2012?

Or do you have to upgrade every FCI on the Failover Cluster? The documentation doesn't seem to be clear. We have a 7 instances on a 3 node cluster. We want to upgrade only one of the instances from ...
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Problems with clustered DTC server 2008 R2 when failed over or restarted

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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Active/ Active SQL Server Clustering on AWS

I need to design and implement a highly available SQL Server 2012 clustering on Amazon AWS. In the white paper presented by Amazon, they provided an example of Active/ Passive SQL Cluster. Do you know ...
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SQL Server 2008 Cluster Across Two VMWARE Hosts

Vmware ESX 5 from a Vcenter Two Windows 2008 R2 VMs I am attempting to setup Failover Clustering using two VMs from within a Vcenter. Each virtual machine resides on a seperate physical host ...
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MySQL licensing [closed]

I have looked at a few questions posted in stackoverflow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/225987/can-someone-explain-mysqls-license-and-what-it-means-to-closed-source-developme http://...
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Dual management node for mysql clustering

I currently have mysql cluster setup and running. Here is my current setup: 1 - management node 2 - data nodes 2 - mysql nodes I wish to incorporate a failover for the management node. The ...
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SQL Server Cluster Failover Making DB Inconsistency Error

I encountered the following DB tables inconsistency error whenever I do a cluster 'move' over from Server-A to Server-B and then do a DBCC CHECKDB on the database in Server-B: SQL Server detected ...
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Move SQL Server cluster from one location to other

I am looking for ideas on how to move SQL Server 2012(standard) two node cluster installed on Windows server 2012 standard to other location which is far away from current location. The two locations ...
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Read replica setting giving error “No candidate servers found”

I am running my website with Laravel 5 + MongoDB. I am using mongo cluster to speed up data read and write, and to lower CPU usage of the mongo server. I have set up the replica like this: 10.0.1....
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Cluster of Clusters (Not using MySQL-Cluster)

I'll start with an apology, I'm an Ops guy at heart, not a DBA, so I may use the wrong terminology, not in an effort to annoy, merely because I don't know any better. OK, that over with, on to the ...
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WSREP: failed to report last committed and stop

I have galera cluster and I have 4 nodes. I'm importing some data. however one node gives error. Warning. The warning is; warning WSREP: Failed to report last committed 59102, -q (interrupted system ...
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PostgreSQL Streaming Replication Tools - Windows

Is there any clusterware available for PostgreSQL clusters running on Windows OS? I'm specifically interested in automatic failover and STONITH functionality. I've done a fairly extensive Google ...
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Mysql Cluster vs Percona/Maridb Cluster [closed]

We want to setup a mysql cluster with master-master sync replication, to provide HA so that one db for write from one app, other for write from other app. It is a webapp with high write and medium ...
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MS SQL Server 2012 Failover Cluster connection issue

I was about to give up with this but I'll give it a go here if anyone can help. I've set up a fail-over cluster SQL Server with 2 SQL nodes, Domain controller and file witness. All seems to work fine,...
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Distribute MySQL in different cities?

We have our main MySQL server in city A. We have the bulk of our customer service staff in city B. The staff are complaining that the connection is too slow to the server. The options are: Have them ...
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Experience using ScaleArc in test or production?

Has anyone had any experience using ScaleArc? My CTO has asked my thoughts on it, and I have seen no information out there regarding real-world experiences.
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TempDB on Solid State Drives on SQL Server Cluster

Can solid state drives be used for the TempDB on a SQL Server failover cluster if they are local drive on both machines? It is supported in 2012 but our cluster is a SQL 2005. The application that it ...
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Restarting SQL Server Agent on a cluster installation

I've just enabled the mail profile in SQL Server Agent and I need to restart the service for it to take affect but the Agent is running as part of a SQL Server cluster and I don't want the cluster ...
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Creating High Availability Cluster with PostgreSQL

I am new to database design. I have a task to create a high-availability cluster. I Googled a lot, however I haven't found any good way to do this on PostgreSQL. Where should I start and what are ...
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Syncing two (or more) PostgreSQL 9.1 clusters

This question assumes the use of PostgreSQL 9.1. Say I have two PostgreSQL database clusters. Each cluster contains three PostgreSQL servers. A master, a slave synced via synchronous replication and ...
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Can I implement clustering with just 2 servers and one NAS?

I have the following architecture, it consists in only 2 servers, connected to a NAS. I'm having trouble in implementing clustering because I can't have a domain controller in any of them (if I do ...
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SQL Server 2014 - Add Node inherits wrong configuration

I'm setting up a simple 2-node failover cluster with SQL 2014 on Server 2012 R2 in Core mode (no GUI). I have the cluster configured with identical machines, and I have the first node configured and ...
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Sql Server Cluster with multiple nodes

Does it make sense to think about a failover cluster configuration where less than 50% of all included nodes are standby? For example instead of setting up 4 clusters with two nodes each where one is ...
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Can't recycle the ERRORLOG - error 17049

When we attempted to run sp_cycle_errorlog we get the following: Msg 17049, Level 16, State 1, Procedure sp_cycle_errorlog, Line 9 Unable to cycle error log file from 'G:\SQL_DATA1\MSSQL10_50....
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Is it possible to have a SQL Server cluster with Hadoop?

I know how Hadoop works. Is there any possible way to have SQL Server run under Hadoop to build a cluster based on SQL Server and not Drill or Hive. Just a wild question. Any good tutorial/...
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SQL Server (2014) Failover Cluster Performance with many databases

We are considering implementing SQL failover clustering and I have a question about how SQL Failover clustering works with regards to performance. Specifically, we would have about 1000 dbs mounted ...
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SQL Server 2008 upgrade to SQL Server 2012 on a cluster

I have a Windows 2008R2 2 node cluster with SQL Server 2008 clustered. How do I prevent the cluster from failing over while I am applying the SQL Server 2012 to the alternate node first? Any pointers ...
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What operating systems are certified for Oracle 11gr2 RAC?

How can this information be found?
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The right way of starting up a Galera Cluster

I am confused about the bootstrap process of MariaDB Galera Cluster. Let's say we have 3 nodes of a MariaDB Galera Cluster, working and functioning normally on CentOS6/7. However, at some point we ...
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Is MySQL Cluster a right choice?

I'm having a MySQL dual-master Replication of MySQL, each one of the servers have 21 GB memory, I'm now searching for a clustering solution for this project, It's possible to have 6 server: two of ...
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Change port number for SQL 2012 Cluster

I have been trying to change the port number of a SQL 2012 cluster with little success. I had thought that I could just do this the same way as normal through configuration manager however, even with ...
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grastate.dat with seqno -1 on a healthy cluster. Why?

We use those versions: # rpm -qa | egrep '(galera|maria)' mariadb-libs-5.5.41-2.el7_0.x86_64 mariadb-galera-common-5.5.40-6.el7ost.x86_64 mariadb-galera-server-5.5.40-6.el7ost.x86_64 mariadb-5.5.41-2....
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Temporarily splitting a SQL Server cluster

I currently have a pair of database servers up and running separately, but with the same structure and (hopefully) the same data on both of them. The applications that utilize the data from these ...
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When changing startup parameters on a cluster, does each node have to be updated manually?

When moving a SQL 2005 instance to new disks on a two-node Windows 2003 cluster, I changed startup params on the active node to reflect the new paths for the master DB files and error logs. I ...
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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 team'...