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comment multi instance failover clustering (sql server)
It can, when you use AlwaysOn instead of traditional failover clusters.
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comment multi instance failover clustering (sql server)
Correct -- a node could run more than one instance at a time if it has sufficient resources, but any given instance is only active on one node at a time, and a single database is an active member of only one instance. (Now, you might be able to set up two instances such that instance A has a db active and mirrors or replicates that to instance B, but that would be generally overly complicated.)
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comment multi instance failover clustering (sql server)
Right. The cluster fails over the whole instance and all the associated databases. To get something closer to RAC, you'd use an AlwaysOn availability group.
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Have you done a refresh or rescan from within the disk management snap-in (or rebooted the server)?
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