I'm in the process of clustering two of our content servers. I have prepared most of the stuff needed but when i were about to setup the SQL instance on our SQL server we noticed that our server isn't running 3 Ghz processors as the clustering guide sets as a requirement.
My question to you guys is: Is the 3 Ghz dual processors really neccesary on a 2 unit cluster?
It feels a bit over the top, there isn't many of our servers that has 3 Ghz processors. If feels like the guide requirements is set for a 5 unit cluster and that i might get away with less than specified.
Our current sql database server is running our TMS & TMS PE databases has two Xeon processors but they are only at 1,6 Ghz. And we're running a pretty large TMS & PE deployment.
Anyone that are running the Content server cluster database on a slower cpu than required?
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