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comment How to retrieve the definition behind statistics added to tables
Thank you, this helpful.
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comment Postgres books for a Sql Server DBA
@a_horse_with_no_name Thanks for your comment. I'll try start with this book.
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@AlexKuznetsov Thank you. I am not sure why would someone want to close a genuine question.
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comment Postgres books for a Sql Server DBA
@a_horse_with_no_name Thank you. I'll add it to our list. Is it geared for other DBAs or just a good book in general.
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comment Set up AlwaysOn in virtual environment: How to add nodes to domain?
When I try to ping from VM, I get this error 'PING: transmit failure, General failure'.
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comment Set up AlwaysOn in virtual environment: How to add nodes to domain?
Thanks Thomas & Phil. I changes the IP address of DC to 192.168.x.x. And pointed the VMs to the new IP. On the VM, in Network Adapter Settings, I selected 'Obtain IP address automatically' and for DNS server address, I put in the IP address of the Domain Controller IP (which also has DNS). IP address of the DC is 192.168.1.10. But after all this, the VMs are not able to join the domain. I get the same error as shown in the original post above. Any ideas what I could do?
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comment Set up AlwaysOn in virtual environment: How to add nodes to domain?
I just checked, DNS is instaled as part of configuring DC. But how do I make other VMs see DNS? It has something to do with Network Adapter settings, but not sure what exactly !!
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comment Set up AlwaysOn in virtual environment: How to add nodes to domain?
It would help if you could suggest a proper NIC configuration necessary for this to work?