[ExchangeList] Re: Clustering

  • From: "Elmehdi Bendriss" <bendriss@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 20 May 2006 00:09:16 +0000

http://www.rocketdivision.com/wind.html offer a good soft that offers the possiblity to make shared external iscsi disks : i used it to have Exchange 2000 cluster on VMware workstation (on a laptop 1Giga RAM : 1 AD + 2 nodes exchange cluster)

On 5/19/06, Mark Fugatt <markfu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

But you will still need shared storage.


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From: exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Rahul Kochhar
Sent: 19 May 2006 15:01

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Subject: [ExchangeList] Re: Clustering




Why even invest money on server build for this test... try using VMWare and Virtual Server from MSFT like virtual emulation softwares to create clusters and do your tests in full swing.


On 5/19/06, shorabh upadhyay <shorabh.upadhyay@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi All,


          I want to implement a two node cluster in testing enviorement. I have two machines with good configuration installed Windows Server 2003 Ent but these both machines are with " Simple IDE drives " . Can we install cluster on these IDE drives ?

          Can some one guide me regarding this and can provide any documentation on this Clustering? Please also describe Quorum disk for me ?
Thanks and Regards,

Shorabh S. Upadhyay
Engineer - Exchange Server Support
Progressive Infotech (P) Ltd.
# +91-9891535899


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