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Practice: Creating a Windows Cluster
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In this exercise, you create a Windows cluster that you will use in the next lesson to install a SQL Server failover cluster instance. 1. Launch the Virtual Server Administration Web site. 2. Launch the Virtual Machine Remote Control Client, and connect to your Virtual Server instance. 3. Verify that Node1 and Node2 are off. Start the domain controller (hereafter referred to as DC). 4. Under the Virtual Disks section of the Virtual Server Administration Web site, choose Create and then Fixed Size Virtual Hard Disk. 5. Name this disk quorum.vhd with a size of 500 MB. 6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to create two more disks: sqldata.vhd with a size of 1 GB and sqllog.vhd with a size of 500 MB.
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Lesson 1: Designing Windows Clustering
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7. Within the Virtual Server Administration Web site, click Edit Configuration for the first node in your cluster (hereafter referred to as Node1). 8. Verify that you have configured two network adapters. If you do not have two network adapters configured, add a second network adapter. 9. Click the SCSI Adapters link. 10. Add three small computer system interface (SCSI) adapters with the SCSI Adapter ID set to 6 and the Share SCSI Bus For Clustering check box selected, as shown in Table 8-5.
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Table 8-5
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Node1 SCSI Adapter Configuration
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Virtual Adapter Virtual SCSI Adapter 1 Virtual SCSI Adapter 2 Virtual SCSI Adapter 3 11. Click the Hard Disks link.
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SCSI ID 6 (Share SCSI Bus For Clustering) 6 (Share SCSI Bus For Clustering) 6 (Share SCSI Bus For Clustering)
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12. Click Add Disk, and then add each of the quorum.vhd, sqldata.vhd, and sql log.vhd disks. Attach each disk as shown in Table 8-6. 13. Verify that your configuration matches Table 8-6.
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Table 8-6
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Node1 Cluster Disk Configuration
Disk Virtual Hard Disk 1 Virtual Hard Disk 2 Virtual Hard Disk 3 Virtual Hard Disk 4
Name (Name of disk for base machine) quorum.vhd sqldata.vhd sqllog.vhd
Attachment Primary channel (0) SCSI 0 ID 0 (shared bus)
SCSI 1 ID 0 (shared bus)
SCSI 2 ID 0 (shared bus)
14. Click the Master Status link under Navigation. 15. Repeat steps 7 13 for the second node in your cluster (hereafter referred to as Node2).
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Failover Clustering
NOTE
SCSI adapter ID for Node2
Each node must use a different SCSI adapter ID. Because Node1 is configured with a SCSI adapter ID of 6 for each SCSI adapter, you must configure Node2 with a SCSI adapter ID of 7 for each node.
16. Verify that your configurations match those in Table 8-7 and Table 8-8.
Table 8-7
Node2 SCSI Adapter Configuration
Virtual Adapter Virtual SCSI Adapter 1 Virtual SCSI Adapter 2 Virtual SCSI Adapter 3
Table 8-8
SCSI ID 7 (Share SCSI Bus For Clustering) 7 (Share SCSI Bus For Clustering) 7 (Share SCSI Bus For Clustering)
Node2 Cluster Disk Configuration
Disk Virtual Hard Disk 1 Virtual Hard Disk 2 Virtual Hard Disk 3 Virtual Hard Disk 4
Name (Name of disk for base machine) quorum.vhd sqldata.vhd sqllog.vhd
Attachment Primary channel (0) SCSI 0 ID 0 (shared bus) SCSI 1 ID 0 (shared bus) SCSI 2 ID 0 (shared bus)
17. Click the Master Status link under Navigation. 18. Switch to the Virtual Machine Remote Control Client, and log on to the DC. 19. Open Active Directory Users And Computers. 20. Create a new user named clusteradmin that is not a member of any special groups.
CAUTION
Initial configuration
It is critical that you be very careful with the order in which you start and stop Node1 and Node2 during the subsequent steps in this practice. If you ever run both Node1 and Node2 at the same time before you configure the cluster, you will corrupt the disks and not be able to complete the steps. You must check and double-check the state of Node1 and Node2 before stopping or starting either one.
Lesson 1: Designing Windows Clustering
21. Verify that Node2 is off, and then start Node1. 22. After logging onto Node1, open Disk Management by right-clicking My Com puter on the Start menu and choosing Manage. In the console tree of the Com puter Management console, select Disk Management. 23. Because you have three unconfigured disks, you see the Initialize And Convert Disk Wizard display. 24. Click Next, verify that all three disks are selected, and click Next. 25. Verify that all three disks are not selected (because dynamic disks are incompat ible with clustering), click Next, and then click Finish.
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