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Can I install SCOM 2007 R2 RMS on more than two nodes within a cluster?

Posted on 2011-03-03
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Hi.

I am looking for any documentation or experiences out there where SCOM 2007 R2 RMS has been installed on more than the two supported active/passive node configuration?

I want 1 x Active/Passive in DC # 1 and another Passive in DC #2

Can I do this.  Documentation anywhere?

Cheers,

Greg
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That's not possible to create with basic SCOM configurations.
You could look into 1 RMS cluster and multiple management server for failover but a 3 node RMS is not posible.
You could try making the RMS Virtual machines high available but clustering will be at the vritual machine layer.
Here are the supported configurations for the SCOM roles:

Server Role  Cluster  Notes  
Operations Manager 2007 Operations database
 Single Active-Passive cluster
 Setup needs to be run only once on the active node of the cluster. Other Operations Manager 2007 server roles must not be installed on the cluster or nodes of the cluster.
 
Root management server
 Single Active-Passive cluster
 Setup needs to be run on every node of the cluster. Other Operations Manager 2007 server roles must not be installed on the cluster or nodes of the cluster.
 
Operations Manager 2007 Reporting data warehouse
 Single Active-Passive cluster
 Other Operations Manager 2007 server roles must not be installed on the cluster or nodes of the cluster.
 
Audit collection database
 Single Active-Passive cluster
 Other Operations Manager 2007 server roles must not be installed on the cluster or nodes of the cluster.


http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb309428.aspx
Regards,
Walter
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