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djordan 4543
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Hi Guys,

I have a problem with my SQL Server 2008 r2 cluster (10.50.4000).

It is telling me the sql server service is partially online.

What is offline is this thing called FileServer - see attached file

I don't really know what the "fileserver" is does anyone have any ideas?

I did get an Operation Manager alert that there was a IP address conflict as well.
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I'm not sure, but it looks like the storage for the third party backup application (Tridion) is offline. Determine the storage box/path used by this resource and see what problems are related to this.

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Looks like someone created a fileshare on the "BACKUP" disk, given the backup disk is online and the network name is online. All you should have to do is right click the file share and bring it online?

Might be worth asking your fellow staff who created the file share and why if you don't know what it is though?
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