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Shanmugam_2
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Cluster Support of SD

Hi Deos Service Desk Support any Cluster?

Is there any other availability solutions that Service Desk support ?

Shanmu
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Re: Cluster Support of SD

Shanmugam,

Tread very carefully my friend. Our HP consultant gave our clustered database environment a thumbs up, so we assumed it was ok. Now that we have stability and performance issues, HP support has told us that a clustered environment with multiple databases is "a problem".

If you ask HP for advice, just make sure you're talking to support.
JaS_4
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Re: Cluster Support of SD

This is all I can find on the supported platform list.
for sd 4.5,
db - Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Cluster (as of SD4.5 SP16)

OpenView Operations for Windows 7.5 Cluster (as of SD4.5 SP16)

for sd 5.0, not supported
for sd 5.1,
db - Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Cluster Service Pack 4 (as of SD5.10 patch1)
Shanmugam_2
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Re: Cluster Support of SD

Hi,

Sorry I not getting clarity. Our environment is UNIX.

1. SD application -

a. Is it Cluster Aware ?
b. which clusters it supports

2. Database

a.Whether SD has native database or it has to use Oracle/SQL only ?

Shanmu
JaS_4
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Re: Cluster Support of SD

Not sure whether the SD application is cluster aware. Doubt it.

It does not have a native db and can only use either Oracle or MS SQL server only. Also, SQL 2005 is only supported with newer service packs.
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