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SMSQL on a Windows cluster

DUANESTRYDER

Does anyone know if SMSQL will work on a Windows cluster?

3 REPLIES 3

curtish

Yes, it is.

See page 39 of the SMSQL 6.0 Installation and Admin Guide or page 58 in the SMSQL 5.2 Installation and Admin Guide

DUANESTRYDER

Hi Curtish,

Thanks! Do I have to provision separate LUNS via snapdrive on each member of the cluster? or do I have to configure snapdrive for a cluster?

md

curtish

I believe that will depend on whether you have single or multiple instance cluster....

Page 40 of the SMSQL 6.0 Install and Admin Guide shows how to set it up.

Thanks,

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