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The following instructions guide you through the installation of SQL Diagnostic Manager in a Windows Server 2012 and later based clustered environment.

Things to consider before you install SQL Diagnostic Manager in a clustered environment

  • Create a separate cluster resource group to host SQLDM services. A separate group allows the SQLDM services to fail without causing other resources in the group to failover
  • To create a cluster resource group you need to gather a dedicated IP, NetBIOS name, and a dedicated disk
  • SQLdm Collection, SQLdm Management, SQLdm Rest Service, and Predictive Analytics services can run as generic services on your newly-created cluster resource group

Next, follow the steps described in the links below to complete the installation of SQL Diagnostic Manager on a Windows Server 2012+ clustered environment:

  1. Install SQL Diagnostic Manager on a node
  2. Register the SQL Diagnostic Manager services as a Clustered Resource
  3. Reconfigure the SQL Diagnostic Manager Services and Repository Database
  4. Install the IDERA Dashboard and Register the SQL Diagnostic Manager with the IDERA Dashboard



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