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Postgres database zero down time production deployment

I need some idea about how I can deploy a financial application in production environment using PostgreSQL DB with zero down time. I have two servers in Master-Slave design. Currently I am giving ...
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1answer
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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 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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Move DTC from one node to another in Windows 2003 R2 Clustering

I have a Windows 2003 R2 two node cluster that is running MSDTC as part of the Cluster Group. Is it possible for me to change the current MSDTC owner without moving the entire Cluster Group to the ...
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SQL Server Agent fails to start in Failover cluter

The SQL server agent in a cluster (as a cluster resource) fails to start. I'm looking for error logs to give me a clue, but so far, all it says is: "failed to start". What could be the possible ...
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New Cluster Testing - Best Practice

We've finished setup of a 4-node SQL Server 2005 cluster. We are using Windows 2008 R2 as the underlying OS. We are looking for suggestions on a set of tests we could perform to test failover of the ...
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1answer
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Mirroring partner timeout - Not working the way advertised?

I'm testing a 2 node windows failover cluster with mirroring in high safety mode and automatic failover. My mirror is a standalone server as is the witness. All instances are 2008 R2 RTM Enterprise ...
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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 ...