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MSDTC issue in Cluster environment


MSDTC issue in Cluster environment

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Hi All,
I have configured Cluster in my location below are the details of structure.

Q drive 40 GB (Quorum)
S Drive 4 TB (Storage)
M Drive 20 GB (MSDTC)

I tested with Node1 & Node2 (Win Server 2008) both are working fine. Than i installed SQL Cluster on NODE1 and add Node2 in cluster (SQL SERVER 2008) i tested its working very nicely.

ISSUE :- SAN server has been restarted & In my active Node1 showing S & Q drive it not showing M drive. I check with SCSi also not an issue than when i chuck FAIL-OVER CLUSTER ADMINISTRATOR got some errors.

1. Node "1" faild to form a cluster. This was because the witness was
not accessible. Please ensure that the witness resource is online and
available.
Event Id :- 1573

2. Cluster resource "cluster Disk 2" in clustered service or application
'cluster Group' failed.
Event Id :- 1069.

3. Physical drive not detected......
Event Id :- 1034

Let me know the exact issue..

Thanks in advance.

Satish
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if SAN was restarted.
Can you offline-online those disk resources?

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Yes, I did.

After offline & online Quorum & Storage drives came up.

Thanks & Regards
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I've noticed sometimes that on new cluster setups the servers will lose the drive letter or even use a different one when you failover, especially with iSCSI connections. check disk manager and see if you can find it there as an unlabeled disk. Might have to re-assign the drive letter to it again on both nodes. 20GB for MSDTC seems like an awefully large volume.

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Hi Grass,
Yes you are right, my all drives letters are changed but STORAGE & QUORUM are connected. Let me try to change the letter and reassign the MSDTC drive.

Thanks
Satish
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