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Recently I had a nice experience of working an outage of a SQL Server caused by a SAN Issue. Here is where clustering breaks down. Fortunately I work in a big shop which uses Microsoft, Veritas, Polyserve and VM Ware clustering technologies; but all of them have a single point ...
Richard Jones, a DBA in the UK, asked in with a question, and rather than giving my own opinion, I thought it’d be better to ask it here to get everybody’s opinion in the comments: The DB team that I am a member of are about to take ...
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