Removing a node from a working SQL Server 2005 cluster

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SQL Server 2005
SQL Server clustering
SQL Server performance
I have Windows Server 2003 with SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition. We have seven divided instances, with each using only two of the three nodes. However, node one has to be taken out of the cluster; what steps should be taken to insure no significant loss in performance?
ASKED: February 2, 2009  6:22 PM
UPDATED: February 2, 2009  8:04 PM

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With the node removed the system won’t have any performance impact it will only impact the high availability of the system.

I would recommend replacing the node as soon as you can.

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