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Sql server active/passive vs active/active clustering

I have a Project in DBMS just I need something like a BIG TITLES of What TO DO.

Here a brief way about the Project:

  1. Install 3 WIN2K8 R2 one of them domain controller (easy)

  2. On non DC nodes, install SQL as clustered node.use passive /active. (Inexplicable)

  3. Use a client to test the enviroment (easy)

Just the step 2 I need some Info.

Any Idea will be great.

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marked as duplicate by voretaq7 Jul 21 '12 at 4:25

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Here is some information on MSDN about creating a SQL Server cluster:

If you are not comfortable with Windows clustering and how to configure, I would suggest that you might want to seek out some additional training.

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