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Tool to monitor cluster changes

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Hi,

I need a tool that will help me monitor cluster changes, like how many unique clusters were changed, how much new data there is, how cluster's index has changed.

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Cluster Monitoring
 To verify whether two nodes clustered together can indeed communicate and (destructively) use floppies and Shared SCSI drives, run [from the Resource Kit] \CVU\setup.exe, then the Open Cluster Verification Utility:

 Wpcvp.exe

 To monitor the health of servers (and to remove any with weak activity), install the Resource Kit \apps\ ClusterSentinel. This was previously known as Windows Load Balancing Server (WLBS).
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