Re: Exchange 2000 cluster

  • From: "Mark Puchalski" <Mark.Puchalski@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 08 Jun 2003 10:38:39 -0400

We're getting ready to go to production with (2) Dell PowerEdge 2650
servers in an Active/Active cluster in front of a Dell/EMC CX600 SAN. 
So far in our lab, it's been great.
Mark A. Puchalski
Network Engineer
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP
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>>> jibarra@xxxxxxxxxxx 5/27/03 5:39:00 PM >>> 

Hi, we are thinking on upgrading Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000 within
the next few months. 
Right now we have a offline, hotspare configuration.  Meaning that if
our primary server fails, we bring the other on online and just copy the
logs over, after doing a daily restore that is.
I am looking into the possibility of creating a cluster environment
instead, with new HW. I am sure many of you have this at your shops.
Basically, what I'd lie to do is have two servers attached to an
external raid array.   Can you please give me some pointer as to what HW
you guys recommend or use. We currently use mostly Dell Power Edge
servers here.

Thanks in advance. 
Juan ------------------------------------------------------
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