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Using StarWind with MS Cluster on Windows Server 2008

Using StarWind with MS Cluster on Windows Server 2008

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Software clustering technology enables you to make several servers to work as a unit. Various cluster configurations can be implemented. One of the most frequently used configurations is the failover cluster. This configuration assumes that if one of the cluster nodes fails, the reserved node automatically brings online, serving the applications. With that the workflow remains
uninterrupted and secured.
Failover cluster configuration includes two (or more) server nodes that share an external storage. Based on the iSCSI technology, StarWind Softwafe Inc. StarWind enables to create an external storage in Windows environment
without implementation of expensive FC or external SCSI solutions. With StarWind you can create a shared disk array on a host running Microsoft Windows.
Software clustering technology enables you to make several servers to work as a unit. Various cluster configurations can be implemented. One of the most frequently used configurations is the failover cluster. This configuration assumes that if one of the cluster nodes fails, the reserved node automatically brings online, serving the applications. With that the workflow remains
uninterrupted and secured.
Failover cluster configuration includes two (or more) server nodes that share an external storage. Based on the iSCSI technology, StarWind Softwafe Inc. StarWind enables to create an external storage in Windows environment
without implementation of expensive FC or external SCSI solutions. With StarWind you can create a shared disk array on a host running Microsoft Windows.

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StarWind SoftwareTechnical Reference SeriesCopyright © StarWind Software 2008-2009. All rights reserved.
StarWind iSCSI SAN Software: Using StarWindwith MS Cluster on Windows Server 2008
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StarWind SoftwareTechnical Reference SeriesCOPYRIGHTCopyright © StarWind Software 2008-2009. All rights reserved. No part of thispublication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise,without the prior written consent of StarWind Software.TRADEMARKS“StarWind”, “StarWind Software” and the StarWind and the StarWind Software logosare trademarks of StarWind Software which may be registered in some jurisdictions.All other trademarks are owned by their respective owners.CHANGESThe material in this document is for information only and is subject to change withoutnotice. While reasonable efforts have been made in the preparation of this documentto assure its accuracy, StarWind Software assumes no liability resulting from errors oromissions in this document, or from the use of the information contained herein.StarWind Software reserves the right to make changes in the product design withoutreservation and without notification to its users.TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND SERVICESIf you have questions about installing or using this software, check this and otherdocuments first - you will find answers to most of your questions here or there. If youneed further assistance, please contact us.
 
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Table of Contents
....................................................................................................... 4
 
Introduction....................................................................................................... 6
 
Configuring Domain Controller................................................................................................................ 6
 
Network Adapter................................................................................................................ 7
 
Active Directory................................................................................................................ 19
 
DNS................................................................................................................ 32
 
User Accounts....................................................................................................... 42
 
Configuring StarWind Server................................................................................................................ 42
 
Network Adapter................................................................................................................ 43
 
Preparing Quorum Volume................................................................................................................ 51
 
Preparing Generic Volume....................................................................................................... 59
 
Preparing Cluster Nodes................................................................................................................ 59
 
Node 1................................................................................................................ 96
 
Node 2....................................................................................................... 122
 
Configuring Microsoft Cluster Service................................................................................................................ 122
 
Validate a Configuration................................................................................................................ 129
 
Create a Cluster....................................................................................................... 136
 
Adding New Shared Disk Resource................................................................................................................ 136
 
StarWind Target................................................................................................................ 143
 
Node 1................................................................................................................ 155
 
Node 2....................................................................................................... 165
 
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