SBS 2003 Premium - 2 servers.

  ventanas 11:02 08 Jul 09
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I've seen it recommended that SQL 2008 is run separately from a second server, and not installed with the other applications.
Just wondered if anyone could advise if there was any real advantage to this. I can see that it will mean a reduced load on the main server, and keep it's own rescources free. But it will increase the cost of what is alread a quite expensive excercise.
Grateful for any advice.

  Graphicool1 12:27 08 Jul 09

"There are different versions of SQL Server 2008 available such as Enterprise, Standard, Workgroup, Web, Express, Compact and Developer editions.
The trial version of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 can be downloaded from the following link click here.
The following article describes the steps needed to install a standalone instance of SQL Server 2008.
click here

  Graphicool1 12:31 08 Jul 09

They also are saying..."that it is good practice to store database log files on a separate disk from database files"

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