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  • SQL Server Fails to Start When Moved to Different Node

    Sql 2008 R2 on Windows 2008 R2 cluster. When I move instance from node 1 to node 2 everything is fine: all resources come online as they should. When I move the instance from node 2 to node 1, all resources except sql server and agent come online. If I delete errorlog and start the sql server...

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  • Active to active failover assumption

    Is it assumed that in an active to active failover involving two or more nodes that there will always be a node that can receive the failover? What happens if there isn't a node that can receive the failover because the other nodes are all maxed out? I can understand why in an active passive...

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  • Failover of a virtualized server

    Assume that a virtualized server running five virtual machines has a hardware failure that takes the physical device down, in an active to active failover enviroment of multiple nodes do all the virtual machines failover to the same node in a cluster or could each virtual machine go to a...

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  • Is there any danger?

    In an active to active environment with multiple nodes is there any possibility that a failover of one node could take down all of the nodes?

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  • 16 node failover clustering in SQL Server 2008

    How can 16 node failover clustering be achieved in Microsft SQL 2008 enterprise edition? Are all nodes in active state? How many nodes can remain active?

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  • What is the maximum size of nodes?

    The following is the definition of from Wikipedia for “high-availability cluster” High-availability clusters (also known as Failover Clusters) are implemented primarily for the purpose of improving the availability of services that the cluster provides. They operate by having redundant nodes,...

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