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  • Blog Post: Validating a Cluster with Zero Downtime

    Hi Cluster Fans, As you may already know, the requirements for having a supported cluster have been significantly simplified since the release of Windows Server 2008. There is no longer a need to have every component in the configuration listed in the Windows Server catalog as any commodity hardware...
  • Blog Post: Recommended Service Pack 1 Failover Cluster Hotfix

    If you are upgrading a Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Cluster to Service Pack 1, it is strongly recommended that you apply the hotfix KB 2531907. Here is the link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2531907
  • Blog Post: Cluster Validation: Missing hotfixes display only the GUID

    Hi Cluster fans, [1/13/2010] UPDATE: This issue has been fixed in Windows Server 2008 R2. All Hotfixes should now correctly return the KB number. If you still see this issue on a 2008 R2 cluster, please let us know by clicking the ‘Email’ link in the upper right of the blog and share the KB number...
  • Blog Post: Cluster Validate Error for Duplicate IP Addresses? Teredo may be the Culprit!

    Hi Cluster Fans, We’ve been seeing an increasing number of questions about a specific error in Windows Server 2008 Failover Clustering using the ‘Validate a Configuration’ Wizard (‘Validate’). This error is fairly common and very easy to fix and I’m going to show you how. But first, a little background...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Failover Clustering in 2008? . . . What isn’t new!

    Now that Failover Clustering deployments on Windows Server 2008 are growing, and our customers are spreading the word about how easy it is, we’re getting an increasing number of questions about “what’s new in 2008?” The short answer is – pretty much everything! We’ve enhanced virtually every component...
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