Category: Clustering

Cluster Aware Updating Part II—SQL Server Failover Cluster Instances

I recently wrote here about my experiences testing out the new Windows Server 2012 feature, cluster aware updating with SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups. As you see in the post, it didn’t go so well. I didn’t have the opportunity to test on the more traditional SQL Server Failover Cluster instance. Well after the Thanksgiving […]

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 […]