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MS04-011 and SQL 2000 Cluster

Discussion in 'SQL Server Clustering' started by Vinny, May 2, 2004.

  1. Vinny New Member

    We have two SQL 2000 clusters in active passive mode.

    SQL 2000 with SP2 running on Win2k SP3

    Ist Cluster
    1.We applied ms04-011 to first sql cluster and after that we had problem in starting the cluster but with Microsoft engaged we got the problem resolved


    IId Cluster
    1. We applied patch to Second cluster on the passive node and after that server kept rebooting. We applied patch to active node and that kept rebooting too.

    2. We removed the patch from both nodes, cluster was workig fine.


    Is anyone observing the same problem or can shed some insight will be highly appeciated.

    Thanks in advance!!!


  2. Argyle New Member

    We didn't apply this patch since we had issues with earlier patches and HP Secure Path software. What was Microsoft's solution to your first problem?
  3. bradmcgehee New Member

    We applied the patch and had no issues. We are also running SQL Server 2000 with SP3 in an active/passive cluster.

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  4. Vinny New Member

    The Microsoft solution was actually fix to the disk signatures ...which

    is a fix that has been included in Win2k SP4.
  5. ufobox New Member

    Remove '/PAE' from boot.ini
  6. Vinny New Member

    Thanks everyone for the input. It was conflict of Monitoring software provided DLL for disk with Disk Controller Driver DLLs. Once the Disk controller provided dlls were changed to higher level. It worked fine.
  7. oscar123 New Member

    quote:Originally posted by Vinny

    We have two SQL 2000 clusters in active passive mode.

    SQL 2000 with SP2 running on Win2k SP3

    Ist Cluster
    1.We applied ms04-011 to first sql cluster and after that we had problem in starting the cluster but with Microsoft engaged we got the problem resolved


    IId Cluster
    1. We applied patch to Second cluster on the passive node and after that server kept rebooting. We applied patch to active node and that kept rebooting too.

    2. We removed the patch from both nodes, cluster was workig fine.


    Is anyone observing the same problem or can shed some insight will be highly appeciated.

    Thanks in advance!!!



  8. oscar123 New Member

    quote:Originally posted by Vinny

    Vinny,
    We are experiencing kind of the same problem.
    Do you have a link to the Microsoft site with the solution?
    Thanks in advance.

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