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Why I prefer VirtualBox over Hyper-V on my notebook

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How to add a reserve node to an existing 2+0 #Exasol Cluster

After having installed a 2+0 Cluster in Hyper-V, now let’s expand that to a 2+1 Cluster.

Add the node as a VM first

Add another VM in Hyper-V with the same attributes as the existing two data nodes n11 and n12 and name it n13:

  • 2500 MB memory, not dynamically extending
  • Legacy network adapter, connected to edu-cluster-interconnect
  • Network adapter, connected to edu-public-network
  • Boot order with legacy network adapter first
  • Two hard disk of type VHDX with max. size 100 GB

Give it a static MAC for the Legacy Network Adapter 08:00:27:58:03:21 and a static MAC for normal Network Adapter 08:00:27:71:27:26 and make sure they do not conflict with other existing MAC addresses in your environment.

Installing an #Exasol 2+0 Cluster on Hyper-V

After having installed Hyper-V, an ISO file with the Exasol software needs to be downloaded. The 2+0 cluster consisting of two data nodes and one license server needs a host machine with at least 8 GB memory and 60 GB free disk space. I do it on my Windows 10 notebook with 16 GB memory. This is for educational purposes of course and not suitable for production use.

2+0 means two active nodes and no reserve node. A reserve node can be added later, expanding the environment to a 2+1 cluster.

We’ll start adding two virtual switches to be able to connect the network adapter of the VMs to them later.

Create Hyper-V Switches for Private and Public Network of the cluster

Click the Virtual Switch Manager in Hyper-V Manager:

Getting started with Hyper-V on Windows 10

Microsoft Windows 10 comes with its own virtualization software called Hyper-V. Not for the Windows 10 Home edition, though.

Check if you fulfill the requirements by opening a CMD shell and typing in systeminfo:

Building a Hyper-V Environment for SharePoint Prototype – Part 3

In my previous post, I covered the installation of SQL Server 2016 SP1 for our Hyper-V environment. After that is completed, we are ready to install SharePoint Server 2016. That’s what I’ll be covering here. Firstly, you need to download a copy of the software. At the time of writing this post, SharePoint Server 2016 is available from Microsoft. That’s the version I’ve downloaded for installation on the VM.

Installing the Prerequisites

To start the installation, double click on the “officeserver.img” file that you downloaded: