Automatic change “Max Server Memory” value if a Failover occurs

For Spanish version visit this link Cambiar automáticamente el valor de “Max Server Memory” si ocurre un Failover
In one of our environments, we have a cluster with two active-active nodes with one SQL Server instance in each one.
During this week, a fail of the service occurred in one of the nodes, which caused a failover to the node that was available.
The problem that we found was that the node only have 25GB of RAM memory and the value of “Max Server Memory” assigned for each instance was 20GB, so we have the risk that if the two instances beginning to need more RAM memory would come a moment that the Windows OS would lose performance.
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How to know which tables are replicated?

For Spanish version visit this link ¿Cómo saber que tablas están replicadas?
Sometimes you need to know all the tables that are replicated in a DB, for that use this scripts, run it in the replicated DB:
--Which tables are published for Merge Replication and his subscribers
SELECT AS [Table],
DB_NAME() AS PublisherDB,
a.subscriber_server AS Subscriber,
a.db_name AS SubscriberDB
from sysmergesubscriptions a, sysmergearticles b
where a.pubid=b.pubid
order by a.subscriber_server

--Which tables are published for Transactional Replication and his subscribers
SELECT AS [Table],
is_published AS is_tran_published,
DB_NAME() AS PublisherDB,
c.srvname AS Subscriber,
c.dest_db AS SubscriberDB
FROM sys.tables a
INNER JOIN dbo.sysarticles b ON a.object_id = b.objid
INNER JOIN dbo.syssubscriptions c ON b.artid = c.artid
WHERE is_published = 1

Conflict Resolutor Error

For Spanish version visit this link Error Resolutor de Conflictos
We found an error in Merge replication that im going to describe:
When a Subscriber SQL Server 2005 Express replicates against a Publisher SQL Server 2008 R2 with a publication that has filtered articles, the option use_partition_groups set to true and contains an article with a conflict resolutor different at default, the following error occurs:
The process could not initialize ‘Microsoft SQLServer Stored Procedure Resolver’. Verify that the component is registered correctly
We tried to upgrade SQL Server 2008 R2 to SP1 CU2, it is the last version come out, as well as this we has been proven to raise SQL Server 2005 Express to SP4 CU3 and error continues.
The error doesn’t occur if the Subscriber is SQL Server 2008 R2 RTM.
It has been reported to Microsoft and have recognized that it is a bug, which is fixed in Denali, but so far no date for the fix in 2008 R2.