RE: Create SQL sever 2005 clustering in existing non cluster SQL 2005

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Subject: RE: Create SQL sever 2005 clustering in existing non cluster SQL 2005
Posted by:  burt king (burt_ki…@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2007

Please rephrase the question.  Are you asking what to do if the cluster fails
and can't be found in cluster administrator or are you asking how to
reinstall sql.

It sounds like a little of both.

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"James" wrote:

> Hi (I send one before but looklike it did not pass through)
>  I have questions as below.
> 1) On production server win 2003 64 bits, I can not see Cluster by
> ClusterAdmin, Quarum is the folder in C:\Drive, SAN is only shared drive, SQL
> logon by local system account, Sql connect as (local) or ComputerName from
> Management Studio. Get info from my boss, it was SQL server 2005 Ent
> clustering on this server. What else should I check?
> 2) Get info that I need to add just only SQL Virtual server name and  IP
> address to make it clustering. If item#1 is true, How? Any modification?
>
>    In the case I found single instance, I will detach databases, uninstall
> SQL server, make cluster, reinstall and attached databasesto shared disk  but
> this scenario is beyond my knowledge.
>  This is new to me, please help.
>
> Thanks

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Create SQL sever 2005 clustering in existing non cluster SQL 2005 posted by James on Wed, 14 Mar 2007