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desing a multiple instace service application

desing a multiple instace service application

desing a multiple instace service application

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Hi, I have a service application which I want to make cluster aware for MSCS. I want to be able in case of a failover that 2 instances of the service will work on the same machine.
I think that I may encounter 3 major problems:
1. how to make the service manager know the difference between one instance to another ( they will run from the same path )?
One solution that I thought that during installation of the service, I will give I unique Id fro each instance ( even if they run on separate nodes)
2. Registry keys.
3. How does the MSCS handle services as resource in case of a failover?

Sorry for the long post,
Thanks,
Anat.

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