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Last response: in Windows 2000/NT
February 12, 2002 7:08:17 PM

Does anyone know how to set up a network-load-balancing cluster between two computers running windows 2000 advanced server. More specifically, say you're running it on a site that has a constantly updating database. Can you somehow mirror the two hard drives (that are in two difference computers). Any one get me?

How to get a constantly updating database running in a cluster between two computers without having a central hard drive(s)?

Thx in advance!

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February 13, 2002 7:23:03 PM

And while you guys are at it, could someone give me a quick rundown on the progress made towards the unified theory. My quantum theory is good but my general relitivity is a tad rusty.

You're not getting a lot of responses because this question is a bit outside the scope of what can be covered by typing posts back and forth. You have quite a bit of reading to do. I would recommend starting with the following microsoft knowledge base article:


Good Luck!
February 14, 2002 8:18:12 PM

Its called a FC-AL array.....thats the easy way but thats not what your looking for is it?

It's not what they tell you, its what they don't tell you!
February 14, 2002 9:36:26 PM

Thx... i'm hoping to learn how to. I wanna set up a cheap cluster in my house, but don't want to buy a huge data array.