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What takes the VM's offline during a validation is testing the storage system. You can skip that part of the validation. Also, you aren't required to validate a cluster when a host is joined. If you want Microsoft to support you, they will ask you for a validation report. But you don't need long term support from them for your temporary solution.


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You must run asadmin start-local-instance --node node2 --sync normal i1 then you can stop instance and run again cluster.


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The split between Validation and List is intended to direct what result to expect. Validation tests are boolean and return pass/fail, yes/no, up/failed, etc. The List tests return statistical and operational data for review. Microsoft built the tests with Zero Downtime in mind. And for the most part that's true. There are tests which will trigger a ...


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Starting after 2008 R2 Microsoft changed "Services and Applications" to "Roles". Also in the referenced example, "Under Actions (on the right), click Move this service or application to another node" is now "Under Actions, click move, then either best possible node or select node".


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First of all you won't be able to access a CSV from the 2008 R2 cluster and the 2012 R2 cluster at the same time. Second, you should consider using SCVMM 2012 R2 (System Center Virtual Machine Manager) to migrate your virtual machines between the clusters. SCVMM will be able to move the VMs from the 2008 R2 cluster CSVs to the 2012 R2 cluster CSVs and ...


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Simple answer: List requests DO NOT trigger failover events. Detailed answer: The logic behind splitting the tests into "Validate" vs "List" has been consistent since 2008R2. Any of the tests starting with "List" are considered Inventory Tests, they do not effect the state of a currently configured cluster. They are informational in nature as detailed in ...


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As per the link bellow: [test-cluster description][1]http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee461026.aspx Example 3: Test-Cluster -List This command lists the names of all tests and categories in cluster validation. You can then specify these test names with -Ignore or -Include to run specific tests. So the list command just gives you a list of tests ...


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In my experience, Test-Cluster never triggers a failover event. It is designed only to check hardware and software configurations to see if everything is compatible with failover clustering. As I understand it, Test-Cluster is also run when using the GUI "Validate Cluster" function from within Failover Cluster Manager. It doesn't actually "Test" the ...


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I found out how to fix it: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/using-intel-mpi-library-and-intel-xeon-phi-coprocessor-tips Basically, add -iface [network interface] to the mpirun arguments, or add export I_MPI_HYDRA_IFACE=[network interface] to .bashrc


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To run clustered services, a quorum is needed. Typically in for example a three-node cluster, every member has one vote each: If you pull the plug on one, it will know that it is inquorate as it has less than half of the available votes (the value is actually configurable). A cluster without quorum is not fit to run clustered services on. This principle is ...



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