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  • Blog Post: How to manage Windows NLB when AOS Service stops

    Consider the following scenario where there is an AOS Cluster configured for Services' high availability by following the information published at “Configuring network load balancing for services AX2012” ( http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh397322.aspx ) The NLB cluster is working...
  • Blog Post: TempDB Errors in AOS event log after SQL Server Cluster Failover or AlwaysOn Availability Groups Failover (Update 8/27/2014)

    If you have ever seen errors in your AOS Event Viewer Logs after a SQL Server Cluster or AlwaysOn Availability Groups Failover and wondered why it is happening here is a brief explanation. Object Server 01: [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10.0][SQL Server]Cannot drop the table 'tempdb...
  • Blog Post: Are your AX 2012 AOS servers load balancing?

    If you’re familiar with how AX 2009 load balancing works, you might get caught off guard when you find out that standard AX 2012 AOS clustering only load balances some of the communication to your AOS servers. The rest may only be going to a single server without you knowing about it. If that’s...
  • Blog Post: AOS Load Balancing

    I've been questioned several times recently about AOS load balancing in Dynamics AX, and there seems to be quite a bit of confusion about how to properly configure AX for AOS load balancing, as well as high availability. Here are a few clarifications that apply to Dynamics AX version 4.0, AX 2009 and...
  • Blog Post: Database Mirroring with Dynamics AX

    Is the AOS a "mirror aware" service? If so, what's the user experience when a failover happens? These are two of the questions I recently received from a customer as they were planning their database high availability solution. When it comes to database high availability for Dynamics AX, a SQL cluster...
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