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1 Module 5: Cluster Administration

2 Overview Administration Tools Configuring the Cluster Properties Creating a Group Creating a Cluster Resource Failover and Failback

3  Administration Tools Using Cluster.exe Using Cluadmin.exe

4 Using Cluster.exe Cluster Commands Scripting Administration Using Cluster.exe

5 Demonstration: Administration Using Cluster.exe

6 Using Cluadmin.exe Cluadmin.exe Cluster Administrator – [CLUSTER (.)] FileViewWindowHelp For Help, press F1 CLUSTER Groups Cluster Group Resources Cluster Configuration DC1 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces DC2 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces NameStateOwnerResource Type Cluster IP AddressOnlineDC1IP Address Cluster NameOnlineDC1Network Name Disk Z:OnlineDC1Physical Disk Console Tree Tool Bar Details Pane

7  Configuring the Cluster Properties Setting the General and Quorum Properties Changing the Network Priority Changing the Network Usage Changing Security

8 Setting the General and Quorum Properties Cluster Administrator – [CLUSTER (server1)] FileViewWindowHelp For Help, press F1 Networks Cluster Private Public Network Interfaces SERVER1 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces SERVER2 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces NameStateDescription Groups Resources Cluster Configuration SERVER1Up SERVER2Up New Configure Application Rename Properties CLUSTER Properties General OKCancel CLUSTER Quorum Network PrioritySecurity Quorum resource:Disk Z Cluster maintenance files Apply Partition:Z: (Clusdrive) Root path:\MSCS\ Reset quorum log at:64KB

9 Changing the Network Priority Cluster Administrator – [CLUSTER (server1)] FileViewWindowHelp For Help, press F1 Networks Cluster Private Public Network Interfaces SERVER1 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces SERVER2 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces NameStateDescription Groups Resources Cluster Configuration SERVER1Up SERVER2Up New Configure Application Rename Properties CLUSTER Properties General OKCancel CLUSTER Quorum Network PrioritySecurity Networks used for internal cluster communications: Private Cluster Connection Public Cluster Connection Apply Move Up Move Down Properties… Internal cluster data will only be transmitted on the highest priority available network. Use the Move Up button to raise the priority level of a network. Use the Move Down button to lower the priority.

10 Changing the Network Usage Cluster Administrator – [CLUSTER (server1)] FileViewWindowHelp For Help, press F1 NameNetworkStateAdapterAddressDescription SERVER1PublicUpIntel® 8… SERVER2PublicUpIntel® 8… CLUSTER Groups Cluster Group Resources Cluster Configuration Resource Types Networks Cluster Private Netwo SERVER1 Active Netwo SERVER2 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces New Configure Application Properties Rename Private Cluster Connection Properties General OKCancel Private Cluster Connection Name: Private Cluster Connection Description: Apply 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) State:Up Subnet mask:

11 Changing Security

12 Creating a Group Cluster Administrator – [CLUSTER (server1)] FileViewWindowHelp Creates a new cluster group CLUSTER Groups Resources Cluster Co Resour Netwo Clu Pul Netwo SERVER1 Active Network Interfaces SERVER2 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces Delete Rename Bring Online Take Offline Move Group NameStateOwnerResource Type Cluster IP AddressOnlineDC1IP Address er NameOnlineDC1Network Name OnlineDC1Physical Disk New Configure Application Group Resource Properties New Group Disk Group 1 < Back Cancel Next > Name:Disk Group 1 Description: This wizard will help you quickly set up a new resource group. To continue, click Next. Preferred Owners Disk Group 1 < Back Cancel Next > List all preferred owners on the right, and then arrange them in the order of preference. Add -> <- Remove Move Up Move Down Available nodes: Name SERVER1 Preferred owners: Name SERVER2

13  Creating a Cluster Resource NameStateOwnerGrou Cluster Administrator – [CLUSTER (.)] FileViewWindowHelp Creates a new cluster group CLUSTER Groups Cluster Group Project Files Resources Cluster Configuration Resource Types Networks Network Interfaces DC1 Active Groups Active Resources Network Interfaces DC2 Cascade Tile Horizontally Tile Vertically Close All View New Window Disk Z:OnlineDC1Clust Cluster IP AddressOnlineDC1Clust Cluster NameOnlineDC1Clust New Configure Application Group Resource

14 Resource Type and Possible Owners

15 Dependencies and Parameters

16  Failover and Failback Configuring Failover Configuring Failback Causing and Monitoring Failover

17 Configuring Failover Group Configuration Resource Configuration Failover Configuration Failover Configuration Groups Possible Owner Resources X X Failover Policy X X Restart Policy X X

18 Configuring Failback Group Configuration Failback Configuration Groups Preferred Owner Resources Failback Policy X X X X

19 Causing and Monitoring Failover Online Online Pending Offline Offline Pending Failed

20 Lab A: Creating Cluster Resources

21 Review Administration Tools Configuring the Cluster Properties Creating a Group Creating a Cluster Resource Failover and Failback


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