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Network Binding Order Warning One of the more common errors I see when setting up a Windows cluster (usually in preparation for a SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance or a SQL Server Availability Group) is regarding an incorrect network binding order.  You will see this presented as a warning in the Cluster Validation Report.  There […]

Let’s say you have a port conflict and need to change the port on your Availability Group endpoint.  How can we accomplish this? The first step is to change the port on the endpoint itself.  Note that as soon as you do this the replica on which you are running it will no longer be […]

I had someone email me and ask how they could change the IP address on their Availability Group Endpoint.  It’s no surprise that IPs need to be changed from time to time due to certain circumstances, but what you might be wondering is where during the creation of your AG did you assign the endpoint […]

I ran across a bug in SSMS 2016 CTP 2 back in August.  If you try to right click and look at the properties of a 2014 availability group using the SSMS 2016 CTP you’ll get an error.  The bug had already been submitted by my friend Trayce Jordan, so I just added some comments […]

I’ll be doing a precon for SQLSaturday #461 in Austin on January 29th, 2016 titled “Creating a High Availability and Disaster Recovery Plan” .  If you are in the area or thinking of attending this event, I would love to have you in the class.  We are going to cover backups, windows clustering, AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances, […]

I’ll be doing a precon for SQLSaturday #447 in my home town of Dallas on October 2nd, 2015 titled “Creating a High Availability and Disaster Recovery Plan” .  If you are in the area or thinking of attending this event, I would love to have you in the class.  We are going to cover backups, windows clustering, […]

On July 15th, 2015 I spoke to the PASS Architecture Virtual Chapter about AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances and AlwaysOn Availability Groups.  Obviously we focused on the technology from an architectural standpoint.  We discussed a lot of things that come into play when designing an AlwaysOn infrastructure whether it be FCIs and/or AGs.  We answered questions […]

I’ll be doing a precon for SQLSaturday #422 in Oklahoma City on August 28th, 2015 titled “Creating a High Availability and Disaster Recovery Plan” .  If you are in the area or thinking of attending this event, I would love to have you in the class.  We are going to cover backups, windows clustering, AlwaysOn Failover Cluster […]

I’ll be doing a precon for SQLSaturday #421 in Columbus Ohio on July 10th, 2015 titled “Planning a High Availability and Disaster Recovery Plan” .  If you are in the area or thinking of attending this event, I would love to have you in the class.  We are going to cover backups, windows clustering, AlwaysOn Failover Cluster […]

I’ll be doing a precon for SQLSaturday #373 in Puerto Rico on May 8th, 2015 titled “Planning a High Availability and Disaster Recovery Plan” .  If you are in the area or thinking of attending this event, I would love to have you in the class.  We are going to cover backups, windows clustering, AlwaysOn Failover Cluster […]