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Clustering .... - 7.Nov.2006 3:01:49 PM   


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Trying to Configure the CLustering.  Got a SAN. C: drive si 25GB.

SAN Drive, Q:\ 1GB for Quorum
SAN DRive, R: \1Tb for Exchange.

I see this drive configuration on both servers.

When I run the ClusterAdmin on Server A all goes well an dthen I run the ClusterAdmin on ServerB the Q and R drives disappear and the clsute does not form.

What is happening, am I missing something- Running 2003 Enterprise Servers.

Advise please.

Thank you.
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RE: Clustering .... - 7.Nov.2006 3:14:10 PM   


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Not sure what you meam here. You shouldn't see the Q & R drives on Node B until you join the node to the cluster and then do a failover. So. We probably need to understand what you're doing. Perhaps also take a peek at: http://msexchange.org/pages/search.asp?query=cluster#TUT and make sure you're following the right steps.


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RE: Clustering .... - 8.Nov.2006 2:02:51 AM   


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Check the HBA Driver Firmware and the version of the Multi Path Software that you are using.


What type of SAN Is it. ?

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