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Unable to Bring the Cluster Resource online.

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  • Hi,

    Unable to bring one of the Cluster Resource here i've attached the cluster log below.

    Cluster Log:-

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    000006d4.0000101c::2012/02/26-09:54:31.692 WARN  [RHS] ERROR_MOD_NOT_FOUND(126), unable to load resource DLL mqtgclus.dll
    0000076c.00000ba0::2012/02/26-09:54:31.692 WARN  [RCM] Failed to load restype MSMQTriggers: error 126.
    000010bc.00000db8::2012/02/26-09:54:33.380 INFO  [RES] Physical Disk: HardDiskpGetDiskInfo: Disk is of type MBR, signature 0x679d8f0b
    000010bc.00000db8::2012/02/26-09:54:33.411 INFO  [RES] Physical Disk: HardDiskpGetDiskInfo: Disk is of type MBR, signature 0x679d8f14
    000010bc.00000db8::2012/02/26-09:54:33.427 INFO  [RES] Physical Disk: HardDiskpGetDiskInfo: Disk is of type MBR, signature 0x679d8f15
    00000200.00000f30::2012/02/26-09:54:33.458 INFO  [RES] Physical Disk: HardDiskpGetDiskInfo: Disk is of type MBR, signature 0x679d8f16


    Regards, Sridharan. M

    Sunday, February 26, 2012 10:58 AM

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  • That section of the log does not cover bringing this cluster resource online or at least it doesn't show why the resource failed to come online. Keep in mind that the cluster.log file is based in GMT time so you will need to adjust accordingly to find the events related to the online of the resource.

    You can ignore the first two lines...these are not likely related to your issue. You'll want to search for more WARN or ERR messages at the exact time when you are attempting to bring the resource online and from the node where the resource is failing to come online.


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    Sunday, February 26, 2012 2:52 PM
  • Hi John,

    Thanks for your useful information.

    Can you pls give me some tip for analysis the Cluster log to trouble this issue.


    Regards, Sridharan. M


    • Edited by Sree8133 Sunday, February 26, 2012 3:54 PM
    Sunday, February 26, 2012 3:50 PM
  • Re-read my previous message...I provided tips for analyzing the cluster logs there. You should also look at the System Event log and see if there are 1069 events for the resource. These 1069 events will give you the exact time of the failure and then you can look in the cluster.log (after generating the log file) and see if you can pinpoint the error message generated.

    If you can provide more of the log showing the ERR message when the resource is failing, that should give some hints as to why the resource is failing.


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    Monday, February 27, 2012 6:45 AM