DB2 Connect in Windows Cluster environment

Zoe Andreopoulou

DB2 Connect in Windows Cluster environment
We have a SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition database installed on a
Windows Cluster (MSCS) running MS Windows 2003 Server Enterprise Edition
We need to connect the SQL Server database to a number of DB2 V8 for
z/OS subsystems.
We have available the "DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition for zSeries V9.1
for Linux, UNIX and Windows".
Should we install the DB2 Connect on both servers?
Do we need to configure the Cluster Administrator in some way in order
to make this possible?
Any patches that we need to apply?

If anyone is running this kind of setup and would be willing to share
their experiences, I would really appreciate it.

Zoe Andreopoulou
Hellenic Postbank

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