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what are the common issue on load balancing and clustering issue windodws 2003 & 2008 server

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what are the common issue on load balancing and clustering issue windows 2003 & 2008 server.

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by:AJITPADHY
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Comment some one
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Clustering: TS User maps network drive and kills cluster shared disk for good.
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I have had some trouble in the past on Win 2003 Clusters on Several SAN storages, where it does not release resources fast enough during node switching, Just make sure the OS is patched, your cluster servers have appropriate resources & all drivers for your storage are updated to the latest Vendor release.

Also if you have an Antivirus installed on your cluster NLB , you have to make sure the product is cluster aware, and the proper recommended exclusions are set up as per Microsoft recommendations or all hell will break loose.

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by:AJITPADHY
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thanks
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Update for admin3k: if you encounter slow storage switching make sure all drivers/firmwares/softwares for SAN/NAS/network are up to date
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Thanks for our feedback gheist, learned this the hard way myself as I mentioned above :)
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