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Cluster Log error message

Hi,

Ive got an error appearing in my cluster.log, the service  goes into a offline pending for around an hour.

Has anyone help me resolve these errors?
000005d4.000009bc::2010/11/06-08:07:37.039 INFO  [GUM] Node 1: Processing RequestLock 2:555
000005d4.000009bc::2010/11/06-08:07:37.039 INFO  [GUM] Node 1: Processing GrantLock to 2 (sent by 1 gumid: 11946)
00000450.00001368::2010/11/08-09:12:06.637 WARN  [RHS] ERROR_MOD_NOT_FOUND(126), unable to load resource DLL mqclus.dll
000005d4.000010a0::2010/11/08-09:12:06.637 INFO  [RCM] rcm::RcmResType::LoadDll: Got error 126; will attempt to load mqclus.dll via Wow64.
00000b48.00000b84::2010/11/08-09:12:06.637 WARN  [RHS] ERROR_MOD_NOT_FOUND(126), unable to load resource DLL mqclus.dll
000005d4.000010a0::2010/11/08-09:12:06.637 WARN  [RCM] Failed to load restype MSMQ: error 126.
00000450.00001368::2010/11/08-09:12:06.652 WARN  [RHS] ERROR_MOD_NOT_FOUND(126), unable to load resource DLL mqtgclus.dll
000005d4.000010a0::2010/11/08-09:12:06.652 INFO  [RCM] rcm::RcmResType::LoadDll: Got error 126; will attempt to load mqtgclus.dll via Wow64.
00000b48.00000b84::2010/11/08-09:12:06.652 WARN  [RHS] ERROR_MOD_NOT_FOUND(126), unable to load resource DLL mqtgclus.dll
000005d4.000010a0::2010/11/08-09:12:06.652 WARN  [RCM] Failed to load restype MSMQTriggers: error 126.

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Phil Pearce
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Jim P.Commented:
The mqclus.dll is in reference to Message Queuing.  It sounds like your message queuing has messed up. That is under the Add Remove Windows Components.

It will be something like  Add Remove programs (appwiz.cpl) --> Add remove windows features and make sure all components for Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) Server are selected.
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:

This is 2008 Server, I cannot see it installed within Roles or features or installed in programs and features.

The attached image, shows what is available to install in the features section.


My exchange cluster works fine though without this installed.

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Jim P.Commented:
Can we get a little more of what is going on?
What are you getting in the event viewers?
Is this a file server? SQL Server?
What is running on the server?
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:
EventID 21117 (Hyper V)
Virtual Machine Configuration EPO' failed to create the virtual network switch ports for the virtual machine. Check the settings of the virtual machine.

EventID 21203 (hyper V)
Failed to create virtual network switch port '1753674b-56c4-4d79-a125-f99c78f63469'. (HRESULT 0x8004100c)

Event ID 21502 (system)
Virtual Machine Configuration EPO' failed to create the virtual network switch ports for the virtual machine. Check the settings of the virtual machine.


Background:
This is a server 2008 x64, running HyperV on a failover cluster between 2 nodes. Nothing else is running on this server. Storage is provided by SAN and all storage is presented to both servers and working ok.


1515.log
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Jim P.Commented:
Googling the EventID 21117 comes back with these as the first two:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd582126%28WS.10%29.aspx
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/winserversetup/thread/13496a6b-e1a0-490c-9ebe-3759719e1ff1

Have you tried them?

I hate being a google monkey -- but I did my clustering with physical boxes -- not VM's.
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:

Sorry, its a physical boexes as failover cluster, but has HA VMs on top of that.

I wasnt sure about the permissions one, what permisions?
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Jim P.Commented:
This is an Exchange box? Or file server?

>> the service  goes into a offline pending for around an hour.

What service is going into offline pending?
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:

just a server with no roles except a failover cluster, Hyper V.

All VMs have the same error when moving services when node 1 to node 2




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Jim P.Commented:
Ok, I'm now getting lost in this. You have a failover cluster that is VM'd?

Before you clustered did you make sure that they had matching drive signatures?
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:
My apologies.

the failover cluster is physical. On this there is a HA VMs. there is no other roles on this cluster server apart from the Hyper V.

All the validation tests passed when configuring the cluster
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Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
If I understand your scenario correctly, you have two physical servers running Server 2008 with the Hyper-V role installed as their only service (aside from clustering).  You cluster the two of them together.  You have the server be a Hyper-V virtual host to X number of virtual machine(s).  You are seeing the errors you posted on the HOST server (not the VMs it hosts).  

Here are a few Questions:

1. How many PHYSICAL servers are involved?
2. How are they clustered (active-active, active-passive, etc.)?
3. How are the clustered servers replicating data to each other (forced replication, SAN, etc.)?

I know some of these things were mentioned by you already, but I am trying to get a complete picture in one post.

Cheers,

Justin
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:

No problem

1. 2 Physical Servers
2. It is a failover cluster.
3. SAN, presented to both physical servers
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Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
Thank for that, Pilly170.  Did the comments in the first paragraph of post http:#a34188499 correctly summarize your scenario?
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Solution : After opening a support case with Microsoft, the solution was to reinstall the hyper V role
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Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
Wow... You have to love MS solutions: "Destroy and rebuild".  Do you need assistance in closing this Question?
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Sorry I thought I accepted as solution.
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Phil PearceWindows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:
This is how I resolved it
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