SQL Server Performance

SQLCluster does not see drives through SSM....

Discussion in 'SQL Server 2005 Clustering' started by sql_jr, Jul 23, 2008.

  1. sql_jr New Member

    So, basically, I installed a clustered sql instance. All the drives are preconfigured (data, log, tempdb), have a logical drive letter, and can be seen in Windows Explorer as well as Cluster administrator.
    However, when I try to create a new database, I try to browse out for the log drive, and only see the data drive (no other drives via SSM).
    The installation went smooth, with no issues. Please help me figure out what I missed?? Is there anyway of correcting this short of uninstalling and reinstalling? TIA
  2. sql_jr New Member

    ALL: I have answered the question myself :) Here is the answer:You have to make SQL dependent on the disk resource. Look at the dependencies of the SQL Server service and the existing disk resources and match the new one to them. Thought I did that - darn!

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