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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: An error occurred while creating the cluster the service has not been started

    Hello sir
    Need your help to solve following issue. i am trying to create failover cluster on 2 node.

    Please help me. . .


    Cluster: FCJignesh
    Node: J-1.jignesh.com
    Node: J-2.jignesh.com
    IP Address: 115.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Started 7/14/2012 7:28:23 AM
    Completed 7/14/2012 7:28:23 AM

    Beginning to configure the cluster FCJignesh.
    Initializing Cluster FCJignesh.
    Validating cluster state on node J-1.jignesh.com.
    Searching the domain for computer object 'FCJignesh'.
    Creating a new computer object for 'FCJignesh' in the domain.
    Configuring computer object 'FCJignesh' as cluster name object.
    Validating installation of the Network FT Driver on node J-1.jignesh.com.
    Unable to successfully cleanup.
    To troubleshoot cluster creation problems, run the Validate a Configuration wizard on the servers you want to cluster.
    An error occurred while creating the cluster. An error occurred creating cluster 'FCJignesh'. The service has not been started.



    please suggest me what to do.
    Last edited by jignesh_foryou; 07-17-12 at 03:41.

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    Suggest you do what the diagnostic message said:
    To troubleshoot cluster creation problems, run the Validate a Configuration wizard on the servers you want to cluster.
    What did this show?

  3. #3
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    Testing has completed, but one or more tests indicate that the configuration is not suitable for clustering. For details, click "View Report."

    Validate Disk Failover Failed
    Validate File System Canceled
    Validate Simultaneous Failover Canceled

    Failed to write file data on cluster disk 0 partition 1, failure reason: The disk structure is corrupted and unreadable.

  4. #4
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    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests. To correct this, review the following possible causes:
    * The disks are already clustered and currently Online in the cluster. When testing a working cluster, ensure that the disks that you want to test are Offline in the cluster.
    * The disks are unsuitable for clustering. Boot volumes, system volumes, disks used for paging or dump files, and disks that do not use NTFS are examples of disks unsuitable for clustering.
    * The disks are not visible to all nodes (even though they are in shared storage). Review the "List All Disks" test to see which disks are visible to all nodes. Ensure that the disks you want to test are unmasked, that is, your masking or zoning does not prevent access to the disks. If the disks seem to be unmasked or zoned correctly but could not be tested, try restarting the servers before running the validation tests again.
    * The cluster does not use shared storage. A cluster must use a hardware solution based either on shared storage or on replication between nodes. If your solution is based on replication between nodes, you do not need to rerun Storage tests. Instead, work with the provider of your replication solution to ensure that replicated copies of the cluster configuration database can be maintained across the nodes.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

  5. #5
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    Help me to sort it out following error.

    List Potential Cluster Disks Warning
    Validate Disk Access Latency Warning
    Validate Disk Arbitration Warning
    Validate Disk Failover Warning
    Validate File System Warning
    Validate Microsoft MPIO-based disks Warning
    Validate Multiple Arbitration Warning
    Validate SCSI device Vital Product Data (VPD) Warning
    Validate SCSI-3 Persistent Reservation Warning
    Validate Simultaneous Failover Warning
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    List Potential Cluster Disks
    List disks visible to all nodes that will be validated for cluster compatibility. Online clustered disks will be excluded.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests. To correct this, review the following possible causes:
    * The disks are already clustered and currently Online in the cluster. When testing a working cluster, ensure that the disks that you want to test are Offline in the cluster.
    * The disks are unsuitable for clustering. Boot volumes, system volumes, disks used for paging or dump files, and disks that do not use NTFS are examples of disks unsuitable for clustering.
    * The disks are not visible to all nodes (even though they are in shared storage). Review the "List All Disks" test to see which disks are visible to all nodes. Ensure that the disks you want to test are unmasked, that is, your masking or zoning does not prevent access to the disks. If the disks seem to be unmasked or zoned correctly but could not be tested, try restarting the servers before running the validation tests again.
    * The cluster does not use shared storage. A cluster must use a hardware solution based either on shared storage or on replication between nodes. If your solution is based on replication between nodes, you do not need to rerun Storage tests. Instead, work with the provider of your replication solution to ensure that replicated copies of the cluster configuration database can be maintained across the nodes.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.
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    Validate Disk Access Latency
    Validate acceptable latency for disk read and write operations.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

    Validate Disk Arbitration
    Validate that a node that owns a disk retains ownership after disk arbitration.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

    Validate Disk Failover
    Validate that a disk can fail over successfully with data intact.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

    Validate File System
    Validate that the file system on disks in shared storage is supported by failover clusters.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

    Validate Microsoft MPIO-based disks
    Validate that Microsoft MPIO-based disks have been configured correctly.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

    Validate Multiple Arbitration
    Validate that in a multiple-node arbitration process, only one node obtains control.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

    Validate SCSI device Vital Product Data (VPD)
    Validate that storage supports necessary inquiry data (SCSI page 83h VPD descriptors) and that they are unique.
    Validating that for each cluster disk supporting SCSI page 83h VPD descriptors, all nodes return the same descriptors.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

    Validate SCSI-3 Persistent Reservation
    Validate that storage supports the SCSI-3 Persistent Reservation commands.
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

    Validate Simultaneous Failover
    Validate that disks can fail over simultaneously with data intact.
    Validate Simultaneous Failover
    No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests.

  6. #6
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    This above problem solve now, i JUst offline disk from failover cluster manager. And test carried out successfully.

    Now facing new problem:
    Rule "Network binding order" generated a warning.
    The domain network is not the first bound network. this will cause domain operations to run lowly and can cause timeouts that result in failures. Use the Windows network advanced configuration to change the binding order.

    Help me to sort it out.

  7. #7
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    Cluster created successfully. And working smoothly.

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