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Hi Team, I just want to know if there is any Freeware tool which sends me alert and monitor Cluster shared volume if the spaces reach a certain level. Many thanks.
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@Subhasish, Does this procedure include any outage for the volume that's been scanned and repaired? Thanks in advance for your post. Very detailed.
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Thanks for the great post. I liked it. This really helped me in understanding the concept. Please continue to deliver such posts.
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For a file server cluster you could do something like this, which has the advantage of not needing to restart the cluster service once the nodes have been rebooted. #Get Nodes of FSCluster[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]$FSNodes = (Get-ClusterNode -Cluster $FSCluster).Name$PrimaryFSNode = $FSNodes[0]$Auxi...
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thank you John. From our view point we see the difference as actual bandwidth per network. Items that can compete for cycles on an interface, like multiple networks, are not a factor in a dedicated topology (non-converged). The Keepalive (heartbeat) using all networks available, smart move! JP
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