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answered Cannot destroy ZFS snapshot: dataset already exists
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answered SQL Server 2008 data file issue
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comment SQL Server 2008 data file issue
A READ ONLY database on a network share is supported in SQL 2008 however not recommended. Realize by recommending only SAN Microsoft pushes any support problems to a third party - and those third parties sometimes have better methods to "Reconnect" if a network temporarily drops a packet. A file share is Microsoft (so they have to support if they said supported) AND isn't really designed for files of this size / stability requirements. However it can work but you should be aware of the downside and should STRONGLY consider WHY you want to do it. As read only shared db it should be fine.
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answered Best Practice: Using Asp.net and Microsoft SQL 2005 what is the best way to load balance/achieve high availability accross two physical sites?
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answered How to migrate from SQL Server 2005 to 2008
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answered Partial-stroking / Short-stroking / Half-stroking Hard Drives?
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answered Is there a way to force windows to cache a file in RAM
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answered SQL Server 2008 data directiories in SSD
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answered IIS replication - Is it possible
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answered How can we create a log whenever the application pool of IIS crashes and restarts?
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answered Virtual Hard Disk Migration from Virtual Server 2005 to Hyper-V
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answered Creating a file server - How can I use a large VHD file in Hyper-V? (700GB)
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answered Running 1 DC physically and a second virtually
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answered Running SQL 2008 on a VM