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Figure 26-24 The Add Nodes wizard.
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3. The Analyzing The Configuration page is used to check various components of the second node in the cluster to make sure that it is capable of joining the cluster. Once all of the conditions necessary to add a node to the cluster are satisfied, as shown in Figure 26-25, click Next to proceed. Important If there are errors, do not proceed. Make sure everything is compliant before proceeding.
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Figure 26-25 The Analyzing The Configuration page.
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4. The Cluster Services Account page prompts for the password of the cluster account, as shown in Figure 26-26. The account name is the same as the one with which you originally created the cluster. Fill in the password, and click Next to proceed.
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Figure 26-26 The Cluster Services Account page.
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5. The Proposed Cluster Configuration page displays a summary of the cluster node addition as it will be added, as shown in Figure 26-27. Review this page and click Next to continue. 6. Once you have clicked Next, the Adding Nodes To A Cluster page appears and the node addition process commences. You will see the progress of the node addition while it is occurring by both the task completed bar and checkmarks next to the steps that have been run. If any errors occur, you are informed of it by
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a red X next to the step and (depending on the severity) the progress bar turning red. When the successful node addition has completed, you are informed, as shown in Figure 26-28.
Figure 26-27 The Proposed Cluster Configuration page.
Figure 26-28 The Adding Nodes To The Cluster page.
7. The Completing The Add Nodes Wizard page (not shown) provides an opportunity to view the log that was generated by the cluster creation. When you are finished, click the Finish button to exit the wizard. You are now returned to the cluster administrator again. However, this time you will see both systems in the cluster. This is shown in Figure 26-29.
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Figure 26-29 The Cluster Administrator.
Here you can view the properties of the cluster, such as the resources managed by the cluster, the cluster groups, and the configuration of the cluster. Before continuing on to creating the SQL Server cluster, make any necessary changes to the Windows cluster. These modifications might include:
Changing the network connectivity You can set network adapters to be either internal (cluster) communication only, public, or both. Network priorities You can set the cluster up to favor one network over others.
Cluster Groups Cluster groups represent resources that work together. For example, if you have four cluster disks that will all be used for one SQL Server cluster, they should be moved to the same group. For example, the SQL Server instance and all the disks used by that instance should be put into the same group.
Once you have completed configuring and testing the cluster, you are ready to move on to the next step, creating the SQL Server cluster. Note In order to create an active/passive cluster, you must have one shared disk resource in addition to the Quorum disk. For an active/active cluster you must have two shared disk resources in addition to the Quorum.
Creating the SQL Server Cluster
The SQL Server cluster is created as part of the installation process. Because installing SQL Server is covered in 8, Installing and Upgrading Microsoft SQL Server 2005, it will not be repeated here. However, specifics involving clustering will be pointed out:
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Failover Clustering Installation and Configuration
1. The SQL Server 2005 should be done on one node in the cluster. The installation process works exactly the same as the stand-alone installation. This includes the License Agreement window, the Installation of Prerequisites window, the Server Installation Wizard Welcome window, the System Configuration Check, and the Registration Information window. 2. The installation is no different from the stand-alone installation until the Components to Install page, as shown in Figure 26-30. Here there is now an option to create a SQL Server failover cluster and Analysis Services failover cluster (if you are installing Analysis Services). Check this box and the boxes of any other components that you want to install, and click Next.
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