|Subject:||RE: Clustering between different CPU Architectures|
|Posted by:||Bryan Aldrich (BryanAldri…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Wed, 3 Jan 2007|
Thanks for your reply.
We curently have two active/passive fail over clusters in our network and
they are between x86 and x64 cpu architectures, however, they are both
running 32-bit windows server 2003 and 32-bit sql server 2005.
A "Not Supported" configuration actually means a lot, so we will probably
not do it.
Thanks for your input.
"Linchi Shea" wrote:
> If by 'cluster it', you meant failover clustering, this is not supported, and
> I don't think you can do it (I have never tried). If you go through all the
> trouble to achieve HA with clustering, you really should do it properly.
> "Bryan Aldrich" wrote:
> > I have a Sql Server 2005 Instance that I would like to use in a cluster, but
> > I do not have another IA64 machine to cluster against. Can I cluster this
> > server against a x86 or a x64? I realize the performance will be different
> > between the two, but it is acceptible in this condition.
> > Thanks
> > Bryan
RE: Clustering between different CPU Architectures posted by Linchi Shea on Tue, 2 Jan 2007