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1 Module 4: Installing Cluster Service

2 Overview Installing Cluster Service Post-Installation

3 Installing Cluster Service Add/Remove Programs Currently installed programs:Sort by:Name Adobe Acrobat 4.0Size6.74MB Click here for support information.Usedrarely Last Used On8/15/2000 To change this program or remove it from your computer, click Change or Remove. Exploration Air Microsoft Office Microsoft Visual MOC Courseware Tools RichCopy VisualKB Explorer Windows 2000 Ad Change or Remove Programs Add New Programs Add/Remove Windows Components Windows Components Wizard Windows Components You can add or remove components of Windows < BackCancel Next > I Understand To add or remove a component, click the checkbox. A shaded box means that only part of the component will be installed. To see whats included in a component, click Details. Components: Accessories and Utilities12.1 MB Certificate Services1.4 MB Cluster Service2.4 MB Indexing Service0.0 MB Internet Information Services (IIS)22.0 MB Description:Enables servers to work together as a cluster to keep server-based applications highly available, regardless of individual component failures. Total disk space required:13.0 MB Space available on disk:145.3 MB Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Hardware Configuration Your hardware configuration must be tested for compatibility with the Cluster service. < BackCancel Next > I Understand Microsoft does not support hardware configurations other than those listed in the Cluster category of the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) located at To indicate that you understand that Microsoft does not support hardware configurations that are not listed in the Cluster category of the HCL, click I Understand.

4 Creating or Joining a Cluster Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Create or Join a Cluster You can create a new cluster, or you can join an existing one. < BackCancel Next > This server is: The first node in the cluster. If this server is the first node in a cluster, you are creating a new cluster. The second or next node in the cluster. If at least one other node already exists, you are joining an existing cluster. Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Cluster Name You must name the new cluster. < BackCancel Next > Type a name for the new cluster: CLUSTER1

5 Cluster Service Account Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Select an Account For security purposes, the Cluster service must use a domain account. < BackCancel Next > Type the user name and password for the domain account you want the Cluster service to use. This account is given special security privileges on each cluster node. User name:clusterservice Password: Domain:NWTRADERS

6 Cluster Disks and Cluster File Storage Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Add or Remove Managed Disks The disks that Cluster service controls access to are known as managed disks. < BackCancel Next > Add the disks that you want the cluster to manage. Remove those disks that you do not want the cluster to manage. Unmanaged disks:Managed disks: <-Remove Add -> Caution: the likelihood of corruption of unmanaged NTFS disks on a shared bus is very high. It is recommended that you use Cluster service to manage these disks. Disk 1 M: (sahredscsi) N: (sharedscsi) Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Cluster File Storage You store cluster checkpoint and log files on a cluster disk. These files help manage the cluster. < BackCancel Next > Select a disk on which to store cluster checkpoint and log files. Select a disk or partition with at least 5 MB of free space (100 MB recommended). It is also recommended that you keep the cluster checkpoint and log files on a separate partition from user applications. Disks: M: (sharedscsi) N: (sharedscsi)

7 Configuring Cluster Communications Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Network Connections Type the network name, and specify whether this network will perform as a public, private or mixed network. < BackCancel Next > Network name:Private Cluster Connection Device:NETGEAR FA310TX Fast Ethernet Adapter (NGRPCI) IP address: Enable this network for cluster use This network performs the following role in the cluster: Client access only (public network) Internal cluster communications only (private network) All communications (mixed network) Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Network Connections Type the network name, and specify whether this network will perform as a public, private or mixed network. < BackCancel Next > Network name:Public Cluster Connection Device:Realtrek RTL8029(AS) PCI Ethernet Adapter IP address: Enable this network for cluster use This network performs the following role in the cluster: Client access only (public network) Internal cluster communications only (private network) All communications (mixed network)

8 Post-Installation Cluster Service Properties Location of Cluster Files and Folders Registry Settings Event Log

9 Cluster Service Properties Cluster Service Properties (Local Computer) General OKCancel Service name:ClusSvc Display name:Cluster Service Description:Enables servers to work together as a cluster to keep Log On RecoveryDependencies Apply Stop Start Path to executable: D:\WINNT\cluster\clussvc.exe Startup type:Automatic Service status: You can specify the start parameters that apply when you start the service from here: Start parameters: Pause Resume Cluster Service Properties (Local Computer) General OKCancel Log on as: Log On RecoveryDependencies Local System account Allow service to interact with desktop This accountNWTRADERS\clustservice Password:*************** Confirm password:*************** Apply You can enable or disable this service for the hardware profiles listed below. Browse… Hardware ProfileService Profile 1Enabled Enable Disable Started

10 Location of Cluster Files and Folders Location of Cluster service files and folders %systemroot%\cluster %systemroot%\system32 \mscs on the quorum disk

11 Registry Settings Registry Editor – [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on Local Machine] RegistryEditTreeViewSecurityOptionsWindowHelp HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Cluster Groups NetworkInterfaces Networks Nodes Quorum Resources Resource Types HARDWARE SAM SECURITY SOFTWARE SYSTEM AdminExtensions:REG_MULTI_SZ:{4EC90FB0-D0BB-11 ClusterName:REG_SZ:CLUSTER ClusterNameResource:REG_SZ:b55fd78f eed-9e7 RegistrySequence:REG_DWORD:0x2fe Security:REG_BINARY: … Security Descriptor:REG_BINARY:

12 Event Log Event Properties Event OKCancel Date:8/30/2000Source:ClusSvc Time:11:39Category:(128) Type:InformationEventID:1061 User:N/A Computer:SERVER1 Apply Description: Microsoft Clustering Service successfully formed a cluster on this node. Data:BytesWords Event Properties Event OKCancel Date:8/30/2000Source:ClusSvc Time:11:55Category:(16) Type:InformationEventID:1007 User:N/A Computer:SERVER1 Apply Description: A new node, SERVER2, has been added to the cluster. Data:BytesWords

13 Lab A: Installing Cluster Service

14 Review Installing Cluster Service Post-Installation


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