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Cluster connecting to 4UB drive

Postby guest » Fri Dec 05, 2008 11:36 pm

If you can still see and access the disk with the resource offline in
Cluster Administrator, the disk signature may have changed. I find it odd
that the resource would come online though on one node and not the other.
When you offline that resource in Cluster Administrator, do you lose access
to any other disks? Check the HKLM\System\CCS\Services\Clusdisk\Parameters\
key and see if you have any signatures listed under \AvailableDisks\. Then
use dumpcfg.exe to examine the signature of the disk in question and see if
it's possible the signature changed.
--
Jeff Hughes, MCSE
Senior Support Escalation Engineer
Microsoft Enterprise Platforms Support (Server Core/Cluster)

> Yes, 2003. I know that that it is zoned properly because it was working
> before i rebuilt Node 1. Also, when i take the group offline I am able to
> browse the drive from Node 1.
>
> I am using two different multi-path drivers one each node - but not sure
> if
> that should matter.
>
> "Jeff Hughes [MSFT]" wrote:
>
>> Is this 2003 or 2008? Either way, I'd check and make sure that the LUN in
>> question is properly presented (zoned/masked) to the rebuilt node.
>> --
>> Jeff Hughes, MCSE
>> Senior Support Escalation Engineer
>> Microsoft Enterprise Platforms Support (Server Core/Cluster)
>>
>>

>> > hmmm, no luck. keep getting event id 1034: The disk associated with
>> > cluster
>> > disk resource 'Diamond Physical Disk R:' could not be found. The
>> > expected
>> > signature of the disk was 0233AB14. If the disk was removed from the
>> > server
>> > cluster, the resource should be deleted. If the disk was replaced, the
>> > resource must be deleted and created again in order to bring the disk
>> > online.
>> > If the disk has not been removed or replaced, it may be inaccessible at
>> > this
>> > time because it is reserved by another server cluster node.
>> >
>> > "John Toner [MVP]" wrote:
>> >
>> >> You need the following hotfix, or Windows 2008:
>> >>
>> >> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/919117
>> >>
>> >> Regards,
>> >> John
>> >>

>> >> > Hello, I'v recently had to rebuild one of two cluster nodes. The
>> >> > cluster
>> >> > supports a resource, a drive that is a bit larger then 4TB. The
>> >> > node
>> >> > that
>> >> > was not rebuilt is able to host this 4TB resource. I believe the
>> >> > person
>> >> that
>> >> > configured this 4TB resouce in this cluster did something to allow
>> >> > this
>> >> size
>> >> > of disk to be usable within the cluster. That is, I am unable to
>> >> > fail
>> >> > the
>> >> > cluster group over to the rebuilt node - does anyone have any
>> >> > suggestions?
>> >> >
>> >> > thanks in advanced.
>> >>
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