Clustered SQL Server dos, don’ts and basic warnings

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I don’t know much about SQL, but I recently worked with a colleague in to produce a standardised SQL Server 2000 installation (clustered and standalone) for a client and came across some Microsoft advice which gives dos, don’ts and basic warnings for clustered SQL Server installations.

The article is basically a roll-up of information regarding running SQL on a Microsoft cluster for versions 6.5, 7.0 and 2000.

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