In my earlier post “Adding a New Disk to a SQL Cluster Instance“, I needed to clarify something based on a comment. Any drive that gets added to your cluster that is not a mount point, as in occupies a physical drive letter, needs to be dependent on the SQL Server service.  I didn’t think to mention that, because I recommended using mount points.

Thanks to reader Shaun Archer in the West Indies for pointing that out in the comments. I’d offer to send him some rum, but I believe he has a better supply chain than I do.

About jdanton1
A DBA, cyclist, cook (who likes to play chef occasionally)

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: