Introduction to Microsoft Windows NT Cluster Server: Programming and Administration
Mastering cluster technology-the linking of servers-is becoming increasingly important for application and system programmers and network designers, administrators, and managers. With Microsoft's Windows NT cluster server being the first to tie cluster technology with a major operating system, it appears destined to take a leadership position in th
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Administrator Extension DLL application programming interface buffer pointed call the Win32 client Cluster Administrator Extension Cluster API cluster database key cluster management cluster node cluster object cluster resources Cluster Service clustering solutions ClustKey components control code create debug default dependent resource Description DWORD DYNAMIC LINK LIBRARY entry point function enumerator failback failover fails file share handle hardware HKEY hNode hRes Input Parameters IP address LPCWSTR LPDWORD Microsoft Cluster Server MSCS network interface NULL character number of bytes operation was unsuccessful option OutBuf output buffer Output Parameters parameter block parameter points perform physical disk Pointer private properties Programming Notes property list quorum resource Resource API resource DLL resource identified Resource Monitor resource properties restart retrieved Return Values ERROR_SUCCESS returns a Win32 running SCSI shared SCSI specified TCP/IP users utility function Win32 error value Win32 function GetLastError WINAPI Windows NT Server
Page 287 - ... configuration data. It will theoretically receive current information, since Cluster Services maintains the latest copy of the quorum resource database. The quorum-capable resource selected to maintain the configuration data is necessary for the cluster's recovery as this data contains all of the changes applied to the cluster database. The quorum resource is generally accessible to other cluster resources so that any cluster node will have access to database changes. If the node is the first...