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Does anyone know if MVBase will operate in a microsoft server cluster?

Posted on 2007-11-27
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I am trying to find any information on running MVbase in a Microsoft server 2003 cluster. I have been searching high and low with no luck. I currently manage a server 2000 box that will be repalced and I am trying to figure out if I should move it to a cluster. The server is heavily relied upon on a daily basis and any down time cost major $$$. So I was thinking of building a small cluster for MVbase to run on. MVbase is the back end. A PICK program runs the terminal software for all employees. I was just wondering if anyone had any thoughts or suggestions about Runngin MVBase in a cluster. Thanks in advance for any assistance
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Michael Worsham earned 250 total points
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As it seems its actively supported, you might also want to post a note over at the Raining Data forums describing what you are wanting to do, etc.

http://forums.rainingdata.com/
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