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Adding New Storage for new Instance in Windows 2003 Cluster environment.

Posted By:      Posted Date: November 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hello all

Part of Preparation for adding new Instance in Cluster I required


1. IP   - I got It

2. Network name    - I got It

3.free disk resources     - I got iSCSI drive but I have to intilize now.

Here my question is

I have to Intilize the "iSCSI" from Both ndoes or it is ok if I intilized from Active node.


Please advise me.

Thanks in Advance


SNIVAS


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