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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How important is the build number on a SQL Cluster

I did not actually perform this install, nor am I responsible for fixing issues on this particular cluster. I just happen to be checking it and found some things that puzzle me. My point in this is ...
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Best architecture solution for heavy data mining system, that can run on cloud

We are currently hosting our MySQL database on a dedicated server with lots of memory and processors. We would like to push it to a different architecture that would allow us to scale it easily, ...
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Setting up a Redundant Sql Server 2008 Configuration While Retaining High Performance and Minimal Downtime

We have a situation where we are moving to a new hosting facility and are attempting to configure our new database environment. However, none of us are formal DBA's so a lot of what we are doing is ...
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MySQL high availability, failover and replication with Latency

We are in the process of implementing a new CMS (Drupal 6.x) that runs on MySQL. We have two data centers -- primary and secondary -- with known latency between them. We're unsure which version of ...
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Port number change

We are planning on setting a static port for SQL Server 2005/2008 failover clustering. Any guide on what port to choose/select for 4 nodes of each cluster?(Active/Active) I am also thinking some ...
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Best Setup for Database Cluster

I need to set up a good database clustering solution for a system that I am putting into production. I was hoping to get some advice from the experts as I am a primarily a developer and not a database ...
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Help solving a Clustering Issue: [sqsrvres] ODBC sqldriverconnect failed

I have a 2 node cluster (NODE-A & NODE-B) with 2 SQL instances spread between them. INST1 prefers NODE-A, INST2 prefers NODE-B. INST1 started generating errors then, failed over to NODE-B. ...
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SQL Server DB Restore Clustered to Single Node?

Can you restore a DB from a SQL Server 2005 Clustered Environment (Prod) to a single server (single node) (SQL Server 2005) in Dev/Sys? Cheers, Conor