i am after some information. if you a failover cluster stretching from one site to another lets say for the purpose of sql with only 2 nodes on different subnets. you also have a san with san replication in place
lets say the cluster is failed over. what happens to the storage?
would the cluster look to the primary site for the storage still if the san was not failed over if so how? i am slightly confused as to how if a site fails over does the cluster know to look to the local san for the volumes if a san is failed over or if the cluster looks to the primary site to resolve the volumes? is there something in the cluster that knows where to look.
if you could fill in some gaps in my knowledge that would be great.
My understanding of multi subnet clustering is that storage needs to be attached. So even if you are using a san it should be replicated to a san connected to the DR configuration. When the DR site becomes
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