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Windows 2008 Failover Clustering guest OS nodes

Source: microsoft.public.virtualserver
Sent: 09/03/2009
From: Pluto
Message:

Does anyone know if it si possible to install the Windows 2008 Failover
cluster in Virtual Server 2005 SP1. I can not get to work the storage
component, I can not add the storage(disks) eventhough I have fixed size
disks attached to virtual SCSI ID 6 and 7). This worked well in Windows 2003.

There was an excellent article for Windows 2003 Cluster but I seem not to be
able to find the Windows 2008 one. Maybe it is not even available.

Using Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 to Create and Configure a Two-Node
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Cluster:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/virtualserver/deploy/cvs2005.mspx

Is it possible to do it somehow with iSCSI?

Thanks,

Pluto



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