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revised Slow delete caused by many foreign keys
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revised Failover Cluster and AlwaysOn Availability Groups across Data Centers
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comment Failover Cluster and AlwaysOn Availability Groups across Data Centers
You won't need any shared storage for the nodes with an odd number of nodes or a file share witness. And the nodes participating in the availability group won't have any shared storage, as we're talking about non-shared storage between replicas. So you could design your cluster and AG so that isn't a problem. Let me know if that still doesn't make sense.
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answered Availability mode - manual failover mode, best practice for availability mode?
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comment Upgraded from SQL Server 2008 R2 Express to SQL Server 2014
Agreed and noted. Thanks!
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answered Upgraded from SQL Server 2008 R2 Express to SQL Server 2014
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answered AlwaysOn AG and Cross-Database/Server Transactions