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Posted Feb 2, 2005

Rebuilding SQL Server Cluster Nodes - Page 2

By Muthusamy Anantha Kumar aka The MAK

Step 4 - Assign drive letter to Quorum and Shared Disk.

Shut down the node "SQLNode2." Restart the node "SQLNode1." We have to shutdown the node "SQLNode2" so that the shared SCSI disk will be available for SQLNode1.

Now assign a drive letter for the Data shared disk and Quorum disk. [Refer 1.6]

Step 5 - Add Logins.

Add the necessary logins and users in the node "SQLNode1" exactly as they
appear in "SQLNode2." [Refer Fig 1.7]

Step 6 - Add the node "SQLNode1" to the cluster "VCLUSTER."

Now start the node "SQLNode2." Open Cluster Administrator and select "Add nodes to the cluster" [Refer Fig 1.8]

[Fig 1.8]

Click Next. [Refer Fig 1.9]

[Fig 1.9]

Type "SQLNode1" in the computer name and click "Add." [Refer Fig 2.0]

[Fig 2.0]

Click Next to continue. [Refer Fig 2.1]

[Fig 2.1]

Type the password for the corresponding account you used. [Fig 2.2]

[Fig 2.2]

Click Next. [Refer 2.3]

[Fig 2.3]

Click Next. [Refer 2.4]

[Fig 2.4]

Click Finish. [Refer Fig 2.5]

[Fig 2.5]

Now in the cluster administrator, you can verify the SQLNode1 resources. [Refer Fig 2.6]

[Fig 2.6]

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