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how many virtual servers can you have on a cluster? [message #297348] Sun, 25 October 2009 01:50 Go to next message
Spin  is currently offline Spin
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Gurus,

I went on a job interview yesterday and I was asked "how many virtual
servers can you have on a cluster?" I said one but he said I was wrong. I
come from experience of two-node clusters, where Exchange was installed and
there was only one Virtual server in these instances, which was the name
that clients connected to in order to reach their mailbox. Am I missing
something here?

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Spin
Re: how many virtual servers can you have on a cluster? [message #299576 is a reply to message #297348] Tue, 27 October 2009 08:05 Go to previous message
Justin Rich  is currently offline Justin Rich  United States
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virtual server huh, sure, slap a name and IP resource on there and i guess
you have a virtual server... or is he talking about Virtual Server and
virtualizing on a cluster (which is what you find if you google this)

i think what he was getting at was the name/ip pair and im sure there is
some limit, but i dont know it, and im sure its not small...
i will say its probably more than you should ever put in one cluster.

i guess the idea of a resource group could be a "virtual server" where you
would assign resources to a group, much like SQL does, giving it a name, ip,
disk, and related services for that app...

its a pretty poorly worded question



"Spin" <Spin@invalid.com> wrote in message
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> Gurus,
>
> I went on a job interview yesterday and I was asked "how many virtual
> servers can you have on a cluster?" I said one but he said I was wrong.
> I come from experience of two-node clusters, where Exchange was installed
> and there was only one Virtual server in these instances, which was the
> name that clients connected to in order to reach their mailbox. Am I
> missing something here?
>
> --
> Spin
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