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Posted Feb 2, 2005

Rebuilding SQL Server Cluster Nodes - Page 3

By Muthusamy Anantha Kumar aka The MAK

Step 7 - Make sure you can failover both the nodes

This step is to make sure that we can failover the Cluster group from the node "SQLNode2" to "SQLNode1" and from "SQLNode2" to "SQLNode1."

Right click on the "Cluster group" and click "move group." [Refer Fig 2.7 and 2.8]

[Fig 2.7]

Move all cluster groups again and point back to the node "SQLNode2."

Step 8 - Add the node "SQLNode1" to the SQL Cluster "SQLCLUSTERA"

Insert the SQL Server 2000 Enterprise CD in the CD Drive of the node SQLNode2 and run setup.

Type the SQL Server Virtual server name "SQLCLUSTERA." [Refer Fig 2.9]

[Fig 2.9]

Select "Advanced options." [Refer Fig 3.0]

[Fig 3.0]

Click Next. [Refer Fig 3.1]

[Fig 3.1]

Click Next. [Refer Fig 3.2]

[Fig 3.2]

Select "SQLNode1" and click on the "Add" button. [Refer Fig 3.3]

[Fig 3.3]

Enter the password. [Refer Fig 3.4]

[Fig 3.4]

The following message appears. [Refer Fig 3.5]

[Fig 3.5]

Click Finish. [Refer Fig 3.6]

[Fig 3.6]

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