Re: clustering

From: Linonut (linonut@bone.com)
Date: 03/31/02


From: Linonut <linonut@bone.com>
Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 16:38:33 GMT

After takin' a swig o' grog, Christopher L. Estep belched out this bit o' wisdom:

>
> "someone" <ss@ss.com> wrote in message news:a85gv1$c7j$1@usenet.otenet.gr...
>> Hello people, i got 2 servers running windows nt 4 server enterprise
>> edition.
>>
>> Iam new in clustering and i dont know yet how it works, when i try to set up
>> the cluster it asks me to add SHARED disks and i didnt quite understand what
>> it means by that, are these "shared" disks the 2 server's hard drives or
>> they are external SCSI hard drive boxes ONLY ?
>>
>> One of my servers has 3 scsi hard drives cant i create a cluster by sharing
>> these drives or do i have to buy external drive units to create a cluster?
>
> The strict definition for clustering is two (or more) physical servers
> treated as a single logical server.
>
> This has long been possible in UNIX; Windows 2000 Server was the first
> NT-based operating system for server to support clustering.

Just answer the man's question, bwah!

Chris

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