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  • Blog Post: Network Load Balancing in R2: Using ETW Tracing

    Hi, We are going to talk about a new feature in Windows Server 2008 R2 for Failover Clustering, ETW tracing. With this added functionality, we have provided a mechanism of tracing why NLB has decided to drop or accept a given network packet. This blog provides the following information on...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell for NLB: Common Scenarios

    Hi, This is the second blog is our series of posts on PowerShell for Network Load Balancing (NLB). The first post introduces you to the CMDlets: http://blogs.msdn.com/clustering/archive/2009/10/28/9913877.aspx Most of NLB CMDlets have the following common parameters. -InterfaceName...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell for NLB: Part 1: Getting Started

    Hi NLB Fans, NLB provides users with various methods to manage clusters. In Windows Server 2008, there are 3 ways to manage an NLB cluster: 1. Network Load balancing Manager GUI (nlbmgr.exe) 2. NLB command line tool (Nlb.exe) 3. NLB WMI Provider (root\MicrosoftNLB namespace) In...
  • Blog Post: Network Load Balancing in R2: Extended Affinity

    Hello! I am Rohan Mutagi. My job at Microsoft is to do something that everyone likes: criticize others J , specifically, other people’s code. Yes, I am a tester and it’s my role to find bugs in Network Load Balancing (NLB). Over the next few months I will be blogging more about changes that NLB...
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