I need to cluster two virtual Windows 2008 R2 servers with SQL installed that are on separate ESX hosts. In the documentation I have found I am only seeing how to cluster SQL. What I would like to do is cluster two complete servers. Does this make sense? Two identical servers clustered - not two applications (SQL) on the servers.
Anyone seen this before? If so - can you point me in the right direction for some good documentation. I'm having trouble coming up with just the right combination of words to get good Google search results.
FT = VMware Fault Tolerence
What are you trying to do, because VMware FT, both Servers are Locked Stepped, if the first server breaks or has a BSOD, so will the second server.
Because they are identical;...
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