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No. The instance is configured to use cluster resources and as such if the cluster is removed the instance will not function correctly. If you like to play with fire in an experimental-not-in-production-learn-by-trial-and-error way, you can do the opposite of How to move SQL Server from Standalone to Cluster environment.
Without knowing anything about your cluster I am going to say NO. Since SQL Server was installed as part of the cluster, removing the resource is going remove the clusters knowledge of the SQL Server instance. There will be nothing for users to connect to because an entry path does not exist. Everything will still be there, but waiting in stasis until ...
Answer from below thread solved my problem https://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=2208254 apparently '=' is not needed in responsefile argument in netca cmd /u01/app/oracle/product/11.2.0/db_1/bin/netca /silent /responsefile /oracle_binaries/database/response/netca.rsp
Postgres-XC does not run on Windows: Postgres-XC currently runs on the Linux Operating Systems running on 64-bit Intel(R) processors. The development team tested this with Cent-OS 5.3 and 5.4. You might be able to build the data nodes and possibly the coordinators on Windows, but the GTM will take major work to port to Windows.
Generally, Master-Slave is a disaster recovery setup: when master dies, slave becomes master. Manual intervention is needed or you need some redirection layer, You may also have replication lag built in so that master corruption can be stopped before it hits the slave. Clustering is high availability: failover is automatic. You need both HA and DR, not ...
I dont see anything wrong in your setup. To be fair, this is the correct way of setting up SSIS in a clustered environment. Read up SSIS and clustering: What you should do instead Also for the login failure, its worth to check the Windows Server 2008 R2's firewall rules to allow an inbound rule for either the msdtssrvr.exe executable or the DCOM port ...
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