HIi have 2 CentOs 6 machines and i installed all cluster packages.i successfully added 2 cluster nodes by using LUCiwhen i tried to start a simple cluster service like IP ad... [by bentech3u]
I have a cluster of 5 nodes and one of the clustered appliances can't bring its cluster service up with Error 1067 (the process terminated unexpectedly). But when I reset the clustered interface, service starts but then goes down again.
I'm following this manual to create Hyper-V failover cluster. I'm using FC SAN Storage Array Disks as shared storage. During cluster creation three shared disk where available to nodes and was added automatically. Now I need to point out who will be quorum witness and I don't know which one is that now. There where 1 TB, 1 GB and 2 TB disks.
I got a serious problem here (thinking like so), the problem is I have a Windows 2012 R2 Cluster and I have the Disks shared to cluster nodes via Share the VHD option that is available in 2012 R2 latest.
Now The Cluster can see all the Disks and SQL Installed on this cluster can failover successfully to another node and disks are moved to owning node.