|Subject:||Re: Multiple SQL Clusters on one EMC LUN?|
|Posted by:||Edwin vMierlo (EdwinvMier…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Feb 2007|
> Can we have a 2K and 2K5 cluster using
> the same LUN?
(assuming with LUN you mean physical disk resource in the cluster)
No, they need to be in there own dedicated cluster group with dedicated
physical disk resources
> How would the Q: Quarum drive work?
Quorum disk should be, together with cluster IP and cluster name and
possibly MSDTC, in it own cluster group, this is the *default* setup. No
changes for the Quorum disk
So you end up with:
cluster group - cluster resources (including Quorum disk)
group1 - SQL2K (with its own dedicated disks, IP, network name)
group2 - SQL2K5 (with its own dedicated disks, IP, network name)
does this answer your question ?
Multiple SQL Clusters on one EMC LUN? posted by Andrew Williams on Wed, 7 Feb 2007