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cluster logical diagram (SQL 2005 2 node cluster - windows 2003

In order to explain to someone the bigger picture of how to configure or setup the SQL 2005 2 node cluster i need to draw a picture on papar that how it will be build. Not the step by step but just a bigger picture.

I will appreciate if someone can give me logical diagram of cluster with virtual servers and nodes in it like which explain what is require to setup sql cluster (2 nodes). Thanks
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Chris MConsulting - Technology ServicesCommented:
Hi,
You will setup Windows clustering using Windows 2003 enterprise server OS CDs.
You will have to setup two systems abnd then configure Windows clustering after.
Here's a link you can use: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/2003_Server/Q_24017020.html

You will need a centralised storage system. I have attached a simple hand drawn diagram to make you understand the setup.
I will explain the difference between a NAS ad a SAN:
A NAS is a Network Attached Storage. This is a storage system that runs on data files. An example is a NetApp machine.
 
A NAS is just like a SAN (Storage Area Network) in concept but a NAS operates on data files while the SAN operates on disk blocks.
The SAN also allows access to logical volumes via Fibre Channel interconnects while a NAS does so via TCP and also supports Ethernet.
I have attached a sample of the diagram.
Enjoy!  

Windows-Clustering-on-paper.pdf
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