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What about Windows Cluster?

Postby sql-lover » Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:32 pm

So ...

On an active / passive 2008R2 Windows Cluster, RedGate 7 ... do we have to change registry settings on both nodes or just the active one?

I actually went to the passive one (the one who does not own the SAN) and while I can see the registry keys, everything is empty there.

Any ideas?

I am not a big fan or messing around with registry, especially on a Win Cluster, so I did not alter the passive node.

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Postby petey » Mon Feb 18, 2013 1:17 am

The SQL Backup registry keys are a 'shared' resource, so you only need to change the settings on the active node.
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