Creating Server Clusters

After you finish the cluster planning and set up the server hardware, you can create the cluster. You create the cluster using Cluster Administrator, which can be started from the Administrative Tools menu or by typing cluadmin at the command prompt. Before you do this, however, you should ensure that all the nodes in the system have the same default language and country or region selected. Start the Regional And Language Options utility in Control Panel, and then select the options for Standards And Formats and Location.


If you are using a shared storage device, only one node in the cluster should have access to the cluster disk while you are creating the cluster. Otherwise, the cluster disk can become corrupted. ...

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