SQL Server 2014 Create a New #SQL Server Failover #Cluster (Setup) in 5 minutes Source Files   Leave a comment

When I started this blog post it was more a can I create a Fully cluster in 5 minutes and with 10 min extra a two node cluster and loaded with a two instance cluster. Well I could.

If I had better hardware SSD/fusionIO or other SMB 3.0 huge etc it would be much faster ( donations are Welcome  Winking smile ) Joking

I posted the vid on youtube and the blog and it seams it is not as common as I thought. no next next Finish Deployment.

As you already know deployments are time eating preparations.  But once you have it in place it rocks.

So I’ll place an update on the source files remember change the domain/user account server names

Old Source blog :

https://robertsmit.wordpress.com/2013/07/08/sql-server-2014-create-a-new-sql-server-failover-cluster-setup-in-5-minutes-sql2014-windows2012r2-wpc13/

Get the ini files here http://sdrv.ms/12dqaya  ( logon with your Microsoft Passport )

Watch this new video I made  http://youtu.be/UyqNY5JyE9k

 

In the source file there are image  Create SQL CSV Clustered instance and join other node to the instance.

 

image With the create cluster name IP , bind ISCSI etc and one Extra SQL install with out CSV also in 3 steps.

 

All the Files are there. just as an sample on how to do this.

http://1drv.ms/1jgOXzk

 

Have Fun!

@clusterMVP

https://robertsmit.wordpress.com

Posted July 10, 2014 by Robert Smit [MVP] in SQL, SQL 2012, SQL Server 2014

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