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Have you seen ? They have a sqlite3 driver for nodejs and it seems fairly well architected.


Based on the shared storage requirement I assume it's AlwaysON FCI (Failover Cluster Instances) The easiest solution for you would be deploying a virtual SAN. Virtual SAN will take the local storage of the 2 SQL nodes you have and present it back to them as a highly available virtual disk. Now if one of the SQL cluster nodes fail you still have one live ...


Windows Server does not support shared-nothing Failover Clusters as of yet. You need a shared device which would support SCSI reservations to serve as cluster storage (in any kind of role). This is going to change with Windows Server 2016 which is introducing Storage Replicas: Storage Replica is a new feature in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview that ...


You ca also use DFS with two servers and local storage. Just configure the DFS correctly. I'm sorry, but I cant provide more Infos at this time.

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