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BUG #: 358425 (SHILOH_BUGS)
The Setup screen disappears during the setup process when you are installing Virtual SQL Server 2000 on a Windows Server 2003 cluster server that has more than four nodes. All the installed SQL Server cluster resources are in offline state.
Here is a sample message that is logged in the Virtual SQL Server setup log file (Sqlclstr.log):
ClusterGroupEnum(0): enter ClusterGroupEnum(0): [Disk O:] ClusterGroupEnum(1): enter ClusterGroupEnum(1): [SQL IP Address1(KBSQLCLU01)] ClusterGroupEnum(2): enter ClusterGroupEnum(2): [SQL Network Name(KBSQLCLU01)] ClusterGroupEnum(3): enter ClusterGroupEnum(3): [SQL Server] ClusterGroupEnum(4): enter ClusterGroupEnum(4): [SQL Server Agent] ClusterGroupEnum(5): enter ClusterGroupEnum(5): [SQL Server Fulltext] ClusterGroupEnum(6): enter [clushelp.cpp:150] : 259 (0x103): No more data is available.
SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition and SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition support up to four nodes for failover clustering, including an Active/Active/Active/Active failover clustering configuration, up to 16 total instances. This means SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition and SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition are not supported on a cluster with more than four nodes even if SQL Server 2000 is not installed on more than four of the nodes.
For more information about Failover Clustering support, see the "Failover Clustering Support" topic in SQL Server Books Online.
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