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You can simply choose the appropriate command file for your selection and execute it. You can customize one of the files to better suit your specific needs and then execute the matching command file. You can create a completely new initialization file and then execute the command manually from the console or command prompt.
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Many organizations can use the files that are provided by Microsoft without customization at all. These organizations can do so because the installation type that they require is of a standard nature and requires no customization. For those organizations that do require specific customization, you can create a new initialization file using the Setup Utility as described earlier. Now, the normal way to use this file would be to execute the complex command line that begins the Setup Utility with the ISS file. If, however, you simply change the name of the SETUP.ISS file to SLQ70CST.ISS, you can use the SQL70CST.BAT command file to execute the installation. (This method prevents you from having to memorize the correct syntax for the SQL Server Setup Utility.) You can also manually call to the initialization file by specifying the F1 switch when you execute the Setup Utility, for example:
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(The S parameter sets the installation to silent mode.) As always, you should experiment and practice this technique in a safe environment prior to using it in a production environment.
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Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) can also use the initialization files that you create or copy from the SQL Server CD. Please refer to SMS documentation for more complete directions.
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SQL Server Instances
SQL Server 2000 includes the ability to install multiple instances of SQL Server on the same computer. This is a new concept, and at this point is used primarily for testing applications and learning SQL Server. There are basically two types of instances: the default instance, which is the first installation of SQL Server that you have installed, and named instances, which are additional installations on the same machine. The basic advantage of a named instance is that it gets its own unique set of Databases and Users that are kept separate from the default and other named instances. Additionally, you can use the feature to create the same named instance on multiple computers, which can then be combined in a virtual server configuration, as seen in the following section. Other components are either unique or shared by all instances on a server. For more information on using instances, refer to Books Online.
Virtual Servers
As you know, Windows NT and Windows 2000 support the clustering of servers. This technique lets you install several servers and have them work on tasks together as if they were one. Additionally, clustered servers allow you to create a high-response, fail-over scheme that lets one server take the place of another in the case of failure. SQL Server 2000 supports this feature directly, so you can take advantage of clustering by installing SQL Server as a virtual server. You install a virtual server from SQL Server Setup by simply indicating your choice in the initial setup screen, and then by typing in the identity of the server cluster. Combining servers that are installed as the same named instance on multiple computers will let SQL Server act as a single server spread across multiple physical machines. SQL Server will then be available as a clustered install, and will take advantage of all features of the clustered environment. For more information on server clustering, see any text on Microsoft Cluster Server.
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