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Cannot ping Windows Cluster Nodes with Cluster IP on same subnet

I am facing a strange problem here, I have a 2 Node cluster, Node A and Node B. I cannot ping Nodes one another in MSCS Cluster with the Cluster IP even if they are on same subnet. I can ping one ...
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What is a cluster IP? [closed]

I am in process or configuring remote web host service and I have option of configuring should I use cluster IP. Could some please explain what a cluster IP is and what are the benefits of using ...
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SQL Server 2012 Cluster BSOD

I'm trying to set up a SQL Server 2012 SP1 "AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instance" on top of a Windows Server 2012 R2 cluster (cl01) consisting of 2x 2012 R2 nodes (sql1 and sql2). Hosted on VMWare ESXi ...
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1answer
32 views

Is a SSI-style cluster possible with Windows Server 2012?

I use an application that does CPU intensive multithreaded optimization which is currently run on a hyper-threaded Quad Core machine that it just pegs at 95-100% utilization across all cores for ...
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1answer
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Create Cluster Windows Server 2012 R2

I have two virtual machines (Node1, Node2). Node1 set DC, Node2 connecting to domain.enter image description here. I'm trying to create a cluster, on Tab "Select Servers" add the Nodes. An error ...
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43 views

Windows failover cluster - virtual node with multiple Client Access Names

I recently encountered a customer environment in which they had failover cluster where one of the virtual nodes had more than one 'Client Access Name' (i.e. more than one IP address and DNS name for ...
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1answer
86 views

Basics on setting up a hyper-v cluser on a Windows 8 host

I'm a complete newbie to setting up servers and clustering, so baby gloves please :) I am trying to simulate a cluster of 4 nodes on my windows 8 laptop using hyper-v (its a beefy laptop, so don't ...
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1answer
264 views

Windows failover cluster - Delegate permissions to Domain user to move a group to another node

Is it somehow possible to assign permisions to non-admin user to monitor and move cluster group? Is there any workaround for this? I'm interested in Windows server 2008 r2 and 2012. I'm avare there ...
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1answer
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Advantage of Microsoft Cluster over Microsoft Network Load Balancer

Till recently, I assumed that Microsoft NLB worked at an OS/Machine level rather than an Application Level. i.e. the NLB just monitors heartbeats on the machine to check if machine is alive and then ...
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1answer
237 views

Can Windows cluster failover a custom TCP Server application even when Windows itself is working?

I develop a TCP server application that listens to a specific port. One of my users is asking me if my application can run on an active-active Windows 2008 Enterprise cluster. Having only almost no ...
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1answer
106 views

Building Windows Failover clusters, re-use quorum drives?

I'm building a series of virtual failover clusters, 2 for SQL, and 1 for BizTalk. Being that it is a Proof of concept virtual setup with no real expectations around high availability, is it possible ...
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Service fails to start when failover kicks in

I created a Windows Service which hosts a WCF application looking at/binding to the Clustered MSMQ The Windows service was first installed on both nodes of the cluster. I then created a cluster of ...
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1answer
265 views

Windows Clustering newbie

I am trying to setup a simple environment (virtual) to prove that when a Node in a cluster goes down, the other picks up. After much pain I think I may have this however I would love for people here ...
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641 views

Completely Remove an Exchange Cluster even though it's cluster info is long gone?

With the proviso that I realize I screwed the pooch on this, here's my situation. We used to have an Exchange 2003 two-node cluster. Several years back we migrated to Google Apps. When we did that, ...
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Cloud Storage as a File Share Witness?

Does anyone know if there is a service out there that can be used as a file share witness for a Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Cluster File share witness? I have a two-node cluster but no good place ...
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2answers
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Windows Cluster Fails after Power Outage

First, we have a Windows 2008 R2 Two Node cluster running HA Hyper-V and DHCP. We utilize a back-end Dell MD3000i iSCSI SAN for storage. All of the networking is done via redundant switches and MPIO ...
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2answers
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Windows Cluster IP/Hostname doesn't respond to UNC requests, yet ping and RDP work

I have a Windows Server 2003 cluster of 2 nodes in an active-passive configuration. I can ping both nodes, rdp and access their unc shares. I also have an alias, which directs to a cluster IP set ...
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1answer
69 views

what components need for clustering two windows 2008 server?

what are the basic requirement for clustering in windows 2008 server? 1.i mean which exact 2008 server licence 2. how can i connect two server what component i need for that? 3. what is minimum ...
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1answer
696 views

Windows Server 2008 R2 Cluster Print Server Failure

I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 failover cluster environmental that is having some issues with the print server application. I recently changed it's preferred node from one to the other, and with this ...
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1answer
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Windows Server 2008 Cluster Errors

We have a couple dozen Win2008 and 2008R2 Enterprise clusters that are used for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 Enterprise/Datacenter. In the past we have had many issues with random failovers and ...
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4answers
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Windows Failover Cluster for MSMQ without SAN?

Is it possible to create a 3 node Windows Server 2008 R2 failover cluster without a SAN? Our goal is to create a clustered MSMQ without any single points of failure. Ideally, the stored messages ...
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1answer
611 views

Testing IIS7 cluster nodes before bringing online

We are starting a migration to a IIS cluster for load balancing, failover support, as well as zero-downtime upgrades. We are currently testing this configuration with a pair of Windows 2008 R2 ...
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1answer
52 views

Moving a single Windows 2008 box to a clustered implementation?

I have a system that currently runs on a single box, Windows 2008 Enterprise. This is just used as a web server. What is involved in creating a cluster? Basically doing this for availability ...
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1answer
34 views

Clustering service Configuration help

When setting up Windows Cluster, should "clustering service" run as a "domain account" or "Local System" account?
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Two clustered SQL instances on one cluster - same port 1433?

Can two clustered SQL instances on a 2003 windows cluster use the same 1433 tcp port setting reliably? It seems to be up and working right now.
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593 views

Windows SQL Server Cluster Failover Without Disruption

Is MS SQL server clustering capable of performing a seamless fail over between nodes? That is, where the clients wouldn't notice anything had changed except perhaps a short delay during the ...
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792 views

Microsoft Cluster or Oracle Fail Safe error

Trying to get Oracle Database 10g to work on Microsoft cluster (using Oracle Fail Safe, not RAC). Everything installed, but when trying to verify group or add database to group I get following error: ...
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Will restarting the “Cluster Service” on the active cluster node cause any outages?

I have a Windows Server 2003 Enterprise active/passive cluster running SQL Server 2005. The "Cluster Service" service won't start on my passive node, and I'm pretty sure it's what's described in this ...