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I'm having a mysterious problem with my Failover cluster, Cluster name: Print Cluster01.Members: Print Server01.and Print Server02.in the Failover Cluster Management – Cluster Event I received the Critical error message 11: Log Name: System Source: Microsoft-Windows-Failover Clustering Date: 15/06/2011 PM Event ID: 1177 Task Category: None Level: Critical Keywords: User: SYSTEM Computer: Print Server01.Description: The Cluster service is shutting down because quorum was lost.
This could be due to the loss of network connectivity between some or all nodes in the cluster, or a failover of the witness disk.
After further investigation, I found some interesting error here, from the very first critical error message logged in the Event viewer on Print Server02: Log Name: System Source: Tcpip Date: 15/06/2011 PM Event ID: 4199 Task Category: None Level: Error Keywords: Classic User: N/A Computer: Print Server02-VM.Description: The system detected an address conflict for IP address 192.168.127.142 with the system having network hardware address 00-50-56-AE-29-23.
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday topic is being hosted by Mike Donnelly (B|T). On a given weekend every month, we log into the inactive node of the production cluster, install the windows patches and then fail over the cluster.
Run the Validate a Configuration wizard to check your network configuration. : Microsoft Failover Cluster Virtual Adapter Physical Address.
Introduced in Power Shell 3.0 and further enhanced in Power Shell 4.0, the CIM (Common Information Model) Cmdlets makes it easier to work with WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation).In this case I not only wanted to automate, but also take this off my plate.So I spoke with the Server team, and they agreed to take over the task but only if we automated deployment of the patches .’ Actually it is, by leveraging SIOS Data Keeper from the Azure Marketplace in order to synchronize local disks attached to the cluster nodes.
This post will show you how to set up this environment in Azure Resource Manager step-by-step, using Power Shell 1.0 as well as the new Azure Portal.If you don’t need these additional capabilities and you like saving some money, there is an alternative way to build a highly-available and very scalable 2-node cluster on top of Always On Failover Cluster Instances (FCI) using SQL Server Standard edition.