Re: Singlr Cluster Node
Try Virtual Server or VMWare :)
MVP - Windows Server - Clustering
"abed-BAH" <abedBAH@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> I would likke to know what should be the minimum hardware requirements to
> build up a single cluster node?
> As far as i know i should have at least to SCSI controllers and two hard
> drives connected to each one, isn't true?
> is it possible to do it using single SCSI controller?
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