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sql server 2008 R2 active\passive failover cluster Memory allocation

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Hi Can any provide me with Mirosoft document that discusses the memory allocation for active/passive failover cluster. I am tyring to confirm if the passive node needs to have the same amount of ram as the active node. I am using widnows 2008 R2 and sql server 2008 R2.

I belive that they should be the same across the two, but there is a difference of opion and need to have Microsoft document resolve the issue. I know that in windows 2000/2003 AWE states they need to be the same.. but nothing about 2008.
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