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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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High availability PostgreSQL 9.3 server on Windows

I'm trying to set up PostgreSQL 9.3 server in HA mode on 2 Windows servers. Final solution should be deployed to Microsoft azure network, so there are few limitations. Since Microsoft is doing ...
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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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How to setup a Postgres-xc streaming replication with master-slave(for HA)?

Can you guys please help me about how to make streaming replication with master-slave configuration using Postgres-xc to confirm an HA environment? Thanks
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PowerPivot doesn't install in SharePoint mode on an Active/Passive Cluster

We a provisioning a new SQL Failover Cluster. We have successfully configured the SQL instance, and have moved on to configuration of the PowerPivot for SharePoint instance. We run the configuration ...
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Should we always prefer clustering over a master-slave configuration if the goal is high-availability?

Given: I have two virtual machines on a SAN that I can use to host RavenDB. Question: If my goal is high-availability, then should I always prefer clustering over a master-slave configuration? From ...
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups: Confusion with some concepts

In Sql Server 2012, I am trying to install Failover Clustering to configure AlwaysOn Availability Groups. When I run Cluster Validation test wizard, it comes back with a lot of errors. One of them ...
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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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Within a RHEL 6.3 + High Reliability Add-on, how do I add DB2 (v9.7) into a service group to have the service controlled by the cluster?

I have a cluster of machines running RHEL 6.3 with the High Reliability Add-on. I have configured a Clustered Logical Volume Manager (CLVM) file system for DB2, which is working correctly. Our DBA's ...
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What are the differences between Mirroring and Failover Clustering and when is each one recommended over the other?

What are the main differences between Mirroring and Failover Clustering? What kind of problem each one solves and in what kind of scenarios is each one recommended over the other?
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Rolling changes to production databases

We're currently using Clustering to do fail over for our SQL environment. There are two servers that use the same shared drive. The SQL database is on a shared drive. This provides OS and hardware ...