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  • Blog Post: Creating a Cluster Resource DLL (Part 3)

    Hi, In this series of blog posts we will help you to design, develop and debug the Resource DLL you are developing to give your application high-availability with Windows Server 2008 & 2008 R2 Failover Clustering. We recommend you start with the other blog post in the series: · P art...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Cluster Resource DLL (Part 2)

    Hi, In this series of blog posts we will help you to design, develop and debug the Resource DLL you are developing to give your application high-availability with Windows Server 2008 & 2008 R2 Failover Clustering. We recommend you start with the first blog post in the series: · Part 1...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Cluster Resource DLL (Part 1)

    Hi, In this series of blog posts we will review the Resource State Machine from the Resource Host Server (RHS or Resource Monitor) point of view. Hopefully it will help you to design, develop and debug the Resource DLL you are developing to integrate your application with Windows Server 2008 &...
  • Blog Post: What is RHS and what does it do?

    In Window Server 2008 Failover Clustering, the team invested significant time into making clustering easier. In the Windows Server 2008 R2 release we have continued down that path, adding several troubleshooting enhancements. One of the important aspects of troubleshooting a service outage is doing...
  • Blog Post: Cluster Resource Dependency Expressions

    Cluster resource dependencies used to be a fairly limited relationship. A resource could depend on one or more resources (we call them “provider” resources in the context of the dependency relationship). This dependency relationship was an “and” relationship, in that the dependent resource R depends...
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