|Subject:||RE: SQL Clustering|
|Posted by:||Linchi Shea (LinchiSh…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 22 Aug 2006|
I have not done this myslf. But I'm pretty sure you can do it. The question
is why. Surely you are not planning this for any serious use, right? Also,
this is not really a SQL Server question. As long as you can set the cluster
up in Windows, SQL Server shouldn't care.
> Can SQL be virtualized and then clustered on separate host servers? Or do
> the virutal servers have to exist on the same host? What I am asking is can
> virutal servers be clustered on separate hardware?
> Thank you in advance.
SQL Clustering posted by drsherw on Tue, 22 Aug 2006