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With the Active Clustered Mailbox Server role installed on the first node, it s time to install Exchange on the passive node Here are the steps to follow: 1 On the Installation Type page, select Custom Installation
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the same path is selected during installation of the passive node For example, if you created a folder called Exchange Server on the C:\ drive, so the path is C:\Exchange Server, click the Browse button when setting up the passive node to create a new folder on the C:\ drive and give it the same name (Exchange Server) Select this folder as the installation path 2 On the Server Role Selection page, select Passive Clustered Mailbox Role and click Next 3 On the Readiness Checks page, ensure there are no warnings or errors when the readiness checks complete Click Install 4 Time to get up and get another cup of coffee or some more fresh air If all goes well, you can return in about 20 30 minutes to a complete installation Click Finish to close the Exchange Setup Wizard
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The new cluster is now set up Note that when you re setting up the passive node, the options to create a new CMS and provide the IP address and name for the CMS are not displayed The CMS is already created when the active node is set up
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Managing Clustered Mailbox Servers is not very different from managing standalone Exchange Server 2007 servers There are some things one needs to know and be careful about, however For instance, unlike standalone servers, Exchange-related services should not be started and stopped using the Services console You can use the Cluster Management console (or the Failover Cluster Management console in Windows Server 2008) or clusterexe to move a CMS from one cluster node to another, but failover typically takes much longer and comes with the inherent risks of the databases not mounting or the cluster group going offline Exchange Server 2007 management tools the EMC and EMS provide the necessary cluster integration and management hooks to move a CMS from one node to another Additionally, replication health needs to be monitored When you re undertaking maintenance tasks, replication may need to be suspended and then resumed when maintenance is complete If replication issues occur, or a cluster node is recovered from a disaster, rebuilt, or a new cluster node added to replace a lost node, the replica needs to be reseeded The Exchange Server 2007 SP1 documentation details many procedures related to these tasks The following sections detail some of the important concepts and tasks one should know about before setting up CCR
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Moving CMS to a Passive Node and Rolling Upgrades
Every once in a while, maintenance needs to be performed on cluster nodes Firmware may need to be upgraded, or an operating system or Exchange update rollup or service pack may need to be applied One of the big benefits clustering provides is the ability to perform
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such operations at any time, without much noticeable impact to operations or uptime With Exchange cluster nodes running Exchange Server 2000/2003 and Exchange Server 2007 s Single Copy Cluster (SCC), it is common to see such operations being performed in the middle of a busy working day, perhaps because of the luxury of having more number of passive nodes available in a cluster The process, commonly referred to as rolling upgrades, allows passive nodes to be updated and restarted, if required, and the Exchange virtual server (or the Clustered Mailbox Server in Exchange Server 2007) moved to the updated passive node After the move, the formerly active node becomes passive so the same updates can be applied to it Users using Outlook 2003/2007 in cached mode do not generally notice such failovers, or get a chance to complain Failover times range from as little as a few seconds to a few minutes
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