|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
It sounds like a little of both.
> 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.
Create SQL sever 2005 clustering in existing non cluster SQL 2005 posted by James on Wed, 14 Mar 2007