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You can do this by Microsoft NLB, or IIS shared configuration as Lior mentioned. You can also use the "Application Request Routing" or a hardware load balancer but all depends on the environment, resources and your requirements. Here are some resources: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj129384.aspx ...


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Are you sure that's the required solution for you? You are basically asking for a clustered solution for web hosting. Generally IIS is best left out of clustering and should utilise Network Load Balancing (NLB) instead. With NLB you will have both servers up simultaneously and split the load between them. If one of them goes down the second will handle all ...


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No, the test does not continue after the first bad sector is detected. From smartctl man page: selftest - [ATA] prints the SMART self-test log. The disk maintains a self-test log showing the results of the self tests, which can be run using the '-t' option described below. For each of the most recent twenty-one self-tests, the log shows the type of test ...


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I can really only see a couple of options here. They both assume that the only thing on this datastore is the VMDK that's housing the SQL Server's MDFs. No VMX files, no log files, no datastore heartbeating. The first would be to unmount the volume on the host in question. You can do it via the vSphere clients, esxcli or it's PowerCLI equivalent. I don't ...



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