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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: MS DTC setup failed to populate the shared cluster

    I appologize if I am posting this msg twice (newby), but I am getting this error msg in the app log.

    MS DTC setup failed to populate the shared cluster
    registry. The DTC resource will not be able to come
    online.Error Specifics:
    d:\srv03rtm\com\complus\dtc\shared\mtxclu\mtxcluse
    tuphelper
    .cpp:120, CmdLine: "C:\WINDOWS\cluster\resrcmon.exe" -e
    1208 -m 1212 -p 2132, Pid: 3636

    Have anybody seen this msg and any ideas on what to do in this situation? Your timely assistance is much appreciated. Thanks,

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    Re: MS DTC setup failed to populate the shared cluster

    Originally posted by igonik
    I appologize if I am posting this msg twice (newby), but I am getting this error msg in the app log when installing SQL2K on W2K3 Cluster.

    MS DTC setup failed to populate the shared cluster
    registry. The DTC resource will not be able to come
    online.Error Specifics:
    d:\srv03rtm\com\complus\dtc\shared\mtxclu\mtxcluse
    tuphelper
    .cpp:120, CmdLine: "C:\WINDOWS\cluster\resrcmon.exe" -e
    1208 -m 1212 -p 2132, Pid: 3636

    Have anybody seen this msg and any ideas on what to do in this situation? Your timely assistance is much appreciated. Thanks,

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    Well...I found this

    http://dbforums.com/t892436.html

    Best I can do...never done Clustering...

    Try here

    http://www.sqlteam.com/default.asp

    or maybe here

    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Data...ft_SQL_Server/

    or here

    http://www.sql-server-performance.com

    Good luck
    Brett
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  4. #4
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    Originally posted by Brett Kaiser
    Well...I found this

    http://dbforums.com/t892436.html

    Best I can do...never done Clustering...

    Try here

    http://www.sqlteam.com/default.asp

    or maybe here

    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Data...ft_SQL_Server/

    or here

    http://www.sql-server-performance.com

    Good luck
    Thanks, but no luck finding it.

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    I've seen this happen in two different cases.

    One is where somebody (or something) monkeys with the NT groups, and removes the current user from the administrators group on part of a cluster. This is most frequently done by ill-trained administrators or by some (rather old) software that depends on there only being one member of the Administrators group during its installation.

    Another situation where I've seen this is where one or more nodes in the cluster are already configured but are unavailable during the installation of MS-SQL. This is a bad thing!

    The solution never seems to be the same twice. MS-PSS is aware of the problem, and usually treats it as a non-decrement issue (meaning that there is no charge once they are sure the problem is caused by their installation code and not something else.

    -PatP

  6. #6
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    Originally posted by Pat Phelan
    I've seen this happen in two different cases.

    One is where somebody (or something) monkeys with the NT groups, and removes the current user from the administrators group on part of a cluster. This is most frequently done by ill-trained administrators or by some (rather old) software that depends on there only being one member of the Administrators group during its installation.

    Another situation where I've seen this is where one or more nodes in the cluster are already configured but are unavailable during the installation of MS-SQL. This is a bad thing!

    The solution never seems to be the same twice. MS-PSS is aware of the problem, and usually treats it as a non-decrement issue (meaning that there is no charge once they are sure the problem is caused by their installation code and not something else.

    -PatP
    Pat thanks alot for your help. I will open case with MS PSS

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