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Physical Disk is not "cluster-capable."  W2k3 Cluster wizard on w2k3 enterprise.

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TWO  IBM x336 servers running w2k3 enterprise attached to an IBM EXP400 storage array with several drives.  I happen to know that a cluster was once installed on this hardware but when I try to use the w2k3 cluster wizard it says the physical disks ares not "cluster-capable."  Does anyone have an ideas on how to go past this?  Thanks.
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Looks like it's SCSI storage shelf, may need to review the config of the shelf.
Try working with only on node attached until disk configuration is complete.

http://www-304.ibm.com/jct01004c/systems/support/supportsite.wss/supportresources?taskind=3&brandind=5000028&familyind=5329613
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Thanks.
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