I already tried changing the logon account for SQL services and still receive the error.
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We moved our databases to new hardware today (using copy database wizard)
The new hardware should be better than the old one.
We went from 28 GB ram to 128 GB.
We went from 16 cores to 32 cores (with even more cache etc.). We also moved from external SAN with 40 disks to intern disks (8
Samsung SS805 100gb ssd slc)
According to our own metrics we could get twice the IO using IO m
i have one problem in my server.
it's trial version is expired.
Initially we deploy a trial version of moss 2007 enterprise edition.
Now i have moss 2007 standard edition with key, but it's not work on server.
Kindly suggest how to activate standard edition.
and i want to switch SQL server to another server which is presently on same server.
Please response asap.
Can you tell me if this upgrade from Standard SQL 2008 to SQL Enterprise 2008 using simply the product key would also work if you have an existing A/P Standard 2008 Cluster. I wish to upgrade the hosts to Enterprise SQL 2008 to avail of Asyn Mirroring.
Current set-up: three node cluster running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition SP2 with two instances of SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition SP2.
Virtual node 1: Standard Edition, default instance, Database Engine only
Virtual node 2: Standard Edition, named instance, Database Engine, Analysis Services and Integration Services
Physical node A: Prefered node for virtual node 1
Physical node B: Failover node for both virtual node 1 and 2 (thus having two installations of Standard Edition)
Physical node C: Prefered node for virtual node 2
We started off with this set-up because there was no need for Enterprise features, and SQL 2005 supports failover clustering with two nodes in Standard Edition. Saved a bundle of cash, so everybody's happy.ÃÂ Now we need to run a solution on virtual node 2 that requires Enterprise features in Analysis and Integration Services, so an edition upgrade is required on virtual node 2. I have done some research and found several edition upgrade examples, but none that match the above scenario. We are running production on these machines, so I can't risk experimenting with command line options, I have to be right the first time.
Is it possible to mix two editions of SQL Server 2005 in one cluster? Can I upgrade virtual node 2 to Enterprise but leave virtual node 1 at
Hi, I am trying to install sqlserver 2008 enterprise edition.
I hv already installed vs-2010 professional.
Throwing error like :