Can I run SQLA 9.0.2 server on Windows 2003/2008 clustered environment ?
20 Jan '10, 18:20
20 Sep '11, 17:34
Yes. There is a technote here that describes how to do this for a Microsoft cluster, and this can be adapted for other cluster environments.
20 Jan '10, 19:44
Thanks Mark! I think some information about cluster should appears in documentation (.chm file).
The docs were updated in more recent versions to contain information on how to use SA in a cluster environment. E.g. for 11.0.0 see http://dcx.sybase.com/1100en/dbadmin_en11/da-highavailability-s-3835111.html
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