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Windows 2003 cluster: One node offline causes the cluster service on the other node to fail

I configured a 2 node cluster on 2 Windows 2003 machines with Exchange 2003 The resources: Majority node set Data volume Cluster IP Cluster network name Exchange 2003 system attendant (and all ...
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Advice re simplest possible windows servers with failover capability?

I am supporting a company sells things to the public in three stores. At this time, the main site has two servers (file + AD server, and citrix server), and the other locations have one server (all ...
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Can DNS do failover switch for a domain?

I have heard about round robin solution. But that one is making different request to different ips to do load balancing. What I want is making one IP as master, only if it dies, the DNS server switch ...
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Basic solution for IP address failover on Windows

I'm trying to find a basic solution that will allow an IP address to fail over from one Win2k3 server to a standby one. I've got my own programs that can detect when a failure has occurred and trigger ...
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PostgreSQL failover cluster on Windows Server

We are looking for advice on how to setup a basic failover cluster for our application: We will be using 4 machines running Microsoft Windows Server (most probably 2003). All four will always run ...
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Scripting a Windows 2008 Cluster from Windows 2003

Our current environment is all Windows 2003. When we migrate a new version of our service to the cluster, we first stop the service with a command like: cluster.exe <clusterName> resource ...
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Active directory failover

I have a Windows Server 2003 SP2 server which is runnig as Active directory for my testlab.com forrest. I observed that "netlogon"service is frequently stopping automatically as it results unable to ...
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Running Windows 2008 Server in Windows 2003 Cluster

we run a cluster using 2xWindows 2003 Server + 2x Windows 2003r2 Server. Now we want to add 2 Windows 2008(r2?) Server to the fail over cluster. Is that possible? Or is it required to use the same OS ...