Currently we are running a SQL server that i would like to upgrade to become a part of a new cluster.
This cluster doesnt exist and i would like to (without reinstalling) make a current SQL 2k5 box a new cluster.
Also the second node that would be added is also running slightly different hardware but will be same OS and ver of SQL 2k5
My basic question is the above feasible (yes im being lazy and cheap) or is this something where the cluster must be built first
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