I'm trying to create a Windows Server 2008 R2 failover cluster using Synology NAS as shared drive between both servers for hosting database files
I have creating the ISCSI LUN with a single target that allows multiple connections. the problem is that files are being synced between both server. so if I disconnect drive from one server then reconnect it, new files will appear.
I have tried that with NTFS and even FAT32 for the shared drive.
is there any other way that I can do it ? what am I doing wrong ??
The author is trying to Share a disk between nodes BEFORE implementing clustering.
It has already been pointed out that this leads to file system corruption and is therefore not viable. Its not difficult
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