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Cluster Service will not start.

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Anonymous
June 7, 2004 6:27:46 PM

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Windows2000 SP4. Moved my cluster drives including quorum
to a SAN. Trying to start cluster service. The cluster
error log says it is looking for a drive ignature that it
can no longer find. Does anyone know how I can tell my
cluster server about its new drive. The server can see SAN
drives and I can write to them. Looks like the cluster
does not know about the new drive signature.
..

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Anonymous
June 8, 2004 9:27:51 PM

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You may want to refer this and set the disk signature as expected..
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;305793


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"Steve Cochran" <slcochran@bcbsal.org> wrote in message
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> Windows2000 SP4. Moved my cluster drives including quorum
> to a SAN. Trying to start cluster service. The cluster
> error log says it is looking for a drive ignature that it
> can no longer find. Does anyone know how I can tell my
> cluster server about its new drive. The server can see SAN
> drives and I can write to them. Looks like the cluster
> does not know about the new drive signature.
> .
>
>
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