Backup & Restore
Install & Setup
Microsoft Clustering Services
Microsoft's Clustering Service (originally called Wolfpack) was introduced in NT 4.0 Enterprise Edition, and will also be part of Windows 2000
Advanced Server and DataCenter products. Clustering was assigned to address the needs of mission-critical
application servers that needed zero downtime. By grouping a number of dedicated servers together that share an identical function, the servers monitor each others health and will automatically step in and carry the load when one of the servers is down.
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Windows Hardware Compatibility List
Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) is
only supported if it is installed on a hardware configuration
that has been tested for compatibility with the MSCS software. A
list of validated hardware configurations can be found on the
HCL link above.
This list showcases products that use the clustering
capabilities of Microsoft© Cluster Service, a
component of Windows NT© Server 4.0, Enterprise
Edition, and of Windows© 2000 Advanced Server and
Issues for Cluster Server
Check here for the top questions and answers for Cluster
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