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Windows Server 2008 cluster and upgrade MSA 500

Diego Martin Jimenez
Occasional Visitor

Windows Server 2008 cluster and upgrade MSA 500

Windows Server 2008 and its Failover Clustering does not support Parallel SCSI, only Fibre, iSCSI and SAS.

Does anyone know if upgrading MSA500 to MSA1000 is valid for creating a cluster in Windows 2008?

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KarloChacon
Honored Contributor

Re: Windows Server 2008 cluster and upgrade MSA 500

hi Diego

maybe this can help you

http://forums12.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?admit=109447627+1215591634717+28353475&threadId=1243471

regards
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Diego Martin Jimenez
Occasional Visitor

Re: Windows Server 2008 cluster and upgrade MSA 500

Hi Karlo,

Thanks, i already saw that thread. We believe that upgrading msa500 to msa1000 will pass the Failover clustering test prior to cluster creation, but before purchasing the upgrade to msa1000 we would like to be more sure about it, but it is difficult to find a valid or trust information (i.e from Microsoft or HP).