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I've found the answer to this problem. It is possible, but you either need Windows 2008R2 SP1 or higher, or a hotfix. The full details are at: AlwaysOn Architecture Guide: Building a High Availability and Disaster Recovery Solution by Using Failover Cluster Instances and Availability Groups To quote a line from this article: This arrangement of storage, ...
I'm just throwing this out there but have you thought of using a MQ for writes? We're using RabbitMQ for writes and federating it out to multiple data centers where each one has a flexihash cluster of ~20 Redis servers. So far it's working well for us and you can increase or decrease the size of each cluster independently as long as your rebalancing them ...
I think this is a pitfall. I recall SQL 2005 and older versions requires active nodes to be updated. SQL 2008 and later versions allow passive node updates like the walkthrough you described. A posting from Linchi Shea explains it well.
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