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The Generic Application resource type is used to manage cluster-unaware applications that can be failed over. Generic applications must use an IP-based protocol for their network communications and must be able to store their data in a configurable location. The Generic Script resource type is used to manage Windows scripts as cluster resources. Only the most basic clustering functionality is provided. If the script is running, it is assumed that it is online.
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Generic Service
The Generic Script resource type is used to manage Windows services as cluster resources. Only the most basic clustering functionality is provided. If the service is running, it is assumed that it is online. The Volume Shadow Copy Service Task resource type allows you to create jobs in the Scheduled Tasks folder that must be run on the node that is currently hosting a particular resource group. This allows you to define scheduled tasks that can fail over from one cluster node to another. The functionality is limited because it is primarily designed to support shadow copies of shared folders in server clusters.
Volume Shadow Copy Service Task
Planning Resource Groups
When planning resource groups, you should list all server-based applications and services that will run in the cluster environment, regardless of whether they will need high availability. Be sure to look at applications and services running on front-end servers, application logic servers, and back-end servers. Afterward, divide the list into three sections: Support, HA, and Non-HA. The Support section should include all applications and services that run on severs that aren t part of the cluster and on which clustered resources do not depend. The HA section should include all applications and services running on the cluster servers that need high availability. This section should also include the resources these applications and services are dependent on. The Non-HA section should include all applications and services running on the cluster servers that do not need or do not support failover. Put an asterisk next to any items that need further research or discussion as a reminder that the deployment team should reexamine the items later. Support applications and services often interact with clustered applications and services, and these interactions should be clearly understood and tracked. Failure of a support application or service shouldn t impact the core functions of the business system. If it does, the support application or service might need to be clustered or load balanced. Applications and services in the HA section represent resources that should be placed into resource groups. Resources should be grouped together according to their dependencies. Resources cannot span groups. For example, if several applications depend on a particular resource, the applications and the resource must be placed into a single resource group.
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out Applications and services in the Non-HA section represent resources that might not need to be placed into resource groups. Before making the final determination, administrators should ensure that failure of a support application or service doesn t impact other applications or services. If it does, the application or service represents a dependency for another application or service and all dependent resources must be together in a single resource group. Failure of a support application or service shouldn t impact the core functions of the business system. If it does, the application or service might need to be clustered or load balanced. In the case of dependent services that don t support clustering, you might want to provide backup planning in case these services fail or might want to attempt to make the services cluster-aware by using Windows scripts. Each application and service that you ve identified as HA, such as a file share or print spooler, has a group of resources that it depends on. These resources should all be placed in the same resource group to allow seamless failover from one node in the cluster to another. Although you could place the resources in the main Cluster group, it is usually better to group resources together by dependencies. To get a better understanding of dependencies, you should draw a dependency tree for each resource group. This will help you understand not only which resources that an application or service is dependent upon, but also how those dependencies are interrelated. For example, a high-availability print server is dependent on a Print Spooler resource, which in turn is dependent on a Physical Disk resource and a Network Name resource. The Network Name resource is in turn dependent on the IP Address resource, and ultimately the dependency tree is similar to that shown in Figure 18-17.
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