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Follow the prompts in the dialog box to set up the disks. Make absolutely certain that you do not convert the disks to dynamic. Clustering supports only basic disks; if you convert the disks to dynamic disks, you cannot configure your cluster and will have to start at the begin ning with new disks.
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26. Create a new NTFS partition for each disk that is a primary partition encompass ing the entire disk. 27. Configure the drive letters according to Table 8-9.
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28. Expand the Local Users And Groups node, and select Groups. 29. Double-click the Administrators group, and add the clusteradmin account you created within your domain in step 20. 30. Close the Computer Management console. 31. Open Network Connections. 32. Rename Local Area Connection to Public. 33. Rename Local Area Connection 2 to Private.
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34. Right-click the Private connection, and choose Properties. 35. Disable Client For Microsoft Networks and File And Printer Sharing For Microsoft Networks. 36. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and click Properties. 37. Specify 10.10.213.1 with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. Do not configure a default gateway or DNS server. 38. Click Advanced. 39. Select the DNS tab, and disable Register This Connection s Addresses In DNS. 40. Select the WINS tab, disable Enable LMHOSTS Lookup, and then select Disable NETBIOS Over TCP/IP. 41. Click OK twice, and then click Close to close the Private Properties dialog box. 42. Close Network Connections, and shut down Node1. 43. Verify that Node1 is off, and then start Node2. 44. Repeat steps 22 42 for Node2. See Table 8-10 and Table 8-11 for the disk and networking configuration on Node2.
NOTE
Disk initialization
When you select Disk Management on Node2, the Initialize And Convert Disk Wizard does not appear because the disks already have a signature written to them. You do not need to format the disks because you already performed this step when you configured Node1. You also do not need to specify drive letters because Node2 picks them up from the cluster after you configure it. Table 8-10 Node2 Disk Configuration
Disk Disk 0 Disk 1 Disk 2 Disk 3
Drive Letter C Q M N
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Table 8-11 Node2 Network Configuration
Option Client For Microsoft Networks File And Printer Sharing For Microsoft Networks IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway DNS Register This Connection s Addresses In DNS Enable LMHOSTS Lookup Disable NETBIOS Over TCP/IP
Setting Disabled Disabled 10.10.213.2 255.255.255.0 Blank Blank Disabled Disabled Selected
45. Verify that both Node1 and Node 2 are off, and then start Node1. 46. Log onto Node1, and launch Cluster Administrator. 47. From the drop-down list, choose Create New Cluster, and click OK. 48. Click Next, verify that your domain name is specified correctly in the top dropdown list, and enter Clust1 as the Cluster Name. Click Next. 49. Node1 should be specified by default for the Computer Name. Click Next. 50. The wizard now analyzes Node1 to verify that it is compatible for clustering. When the analysis completes and displays a green bar, click Next. 51. Enter an IP address for the cluster on the Public segment. Based on the sug gested settings specified at the beginning of this chapter, set it to 10.1.1.5. Click Next. 52. Enter clusteradmin for the User Name, enter the password that you used for this account, verify that the domain name is specified correctly, and click Next. 53. Click Quorum, and ensure that Disk Q is specified for the quorum. If not, change the entry and click OK.
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NOTE
Specifying a quorum
When you configure a cluster on physical hardware, the disk that the New Server Cluster Wizard selects by default as the quorum is the first disk added to Node1 that is not a locally attached disk. Virtual Server selects the first drive letter in alphabetical order. You can use the Cluster Configuration Quorum dialog box to specify a local quorum that is used when build ing a single node cluster for testing. This dialog box is also where you can change the type of cluster from the standard cluster you are building to a majority node set cluster by choos ing Majority Node Set in this menu. If you choose Majority Node Set, the New Server Cluster Wizard creates a quorum database on each node in the cluster.
54. Verify that all settings are correct, and click Next. 55. The next step in the process takes a few minutes as the cluster is built to your specifications. When this process completes, click Next, and then click Finish. 56. Congratulations; you have created a Windows cluster! 57. Verify that you have created three groups: Cluster Group contains Cluster Name, Cluster IP Address, and Disk Q; Group 0 contains Disk M; Group 1 contains Disk N. 58. With Node1 running, start Node2. 59. Within Cluster Administrator, right-click Clust1; choose New and then Node. Click Next when the Add Nodes Wizard starts. 60. Specify Node2 as the computer name, click Add, and then click Next. 61. After the analysis completes, click Next. 62. Enter the password for the clusteradmin account, and then click Next. 63. Verify configuration settings, and then click Next. 64. Node2 is now configured for clustering and added to Clust1. 65. Click Next, and then click Finish.
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