Monthly Archives: November 2009

Observations with SQL 2008 Clustering, simplifying the installer

Well this last few days I’ve been really in the thick of it trying to sort out clustering on two new UAT servers running Windows 2008 and get SQL 2008 setup in an active/ active configuration. It’s been a real … Continue reading

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Cloning and Expanding VirtualBox Disks

You always know when someone is very knowledgeable about a subject by the way in which they answer a question. A simple question is always answered with a simple solution, and this is what happened to me recently when I … Continue reading

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The XFS file system seems a bit quicker

Another quick post that I came across relating to linux filesystem comparisons. It effectively draws the same conclusion that I have personally started to formulate, that XFS is a pretty decent filesystem. I have recently changed to XFS on … Continue reading

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