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Select “Features” within the Service Manager and then click on “Add Features” and then select “Failover Clustering” and then “Next”.If My SQL is already installed as a service on both ws1 and ws3 then this step can be skipped.I will also be presenting on this at a free webinar on Thursday 15th September (please register in advance) as well at an Oracle Open World session in San Francisco on Tuesday 4th October (Tuesday, PM, Marriott Marquis – Golden Gate C2) – a good opportunity to get more details and get your questions answered.It sometimes surprises people just how much My SQL is used on Windows, here are a few of the reasons: Probably the most common form of High Availability for My SQL is My SQL (asynchronous or semi-synchronous replication) and the option for the highest levels of availability is My SQL Cluster.Failover Cluster Manager” and then select “Validate a Configuration”.When prompted enter ws1 as one name and then ws3 as the other.This is only intended to be an overview and the steps have been simplified refer to the white paper for more details on the steps.This post does not attempt to describe how to configure a highly available, secure and performant SAN but in order to implement the subsequent steps shared storage is required and so in this step we look at one way of using software to provide i SCSI targets without any i SCSI/SAN hardware (just using the server’s internal disk).
If you already have shared storage set up then you can skip this step and use that instead.
Oracle has announced support for running My SQL on Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC); with so many people developing and deploying My SQL on Windows, this offers a great option to add High Availability to My SQL deployments if you don’t want to go as far as deploying My SQL Cluster.
This post will give a brief overview of how to set things up but for all of the gory details a new white paper My SQL with Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Clustering is available – please give me any feedback.
The installation is very straight-forward using the My SQL Windows Installer and selecting the default options is fine.
Within the My SQL installation wizard, sticking with the defaults is fine for this exercise.
To confirm that Windows Failover Clustering is installed on ws1 and ws3, open the “Features” branch in the Server Manager tool and check if “Failover Cluster Manager” is present.