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Powershell script to make Exchange 2007 CCR cluster online

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Hy,

I need a script to check if the CCR cluster is online or not.

If the Cluster and all ressource is Online, the script not do anything.

If the cluster is Oflline, the script start the cluster.

Thanks for your help
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Question by:cawasaki
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by:endital1097
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The important piece of a CCR cluster is that the databases are online
Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | ForEach-Object { if  ($_.Mounted -eq $False) { Mount-Database $_.ObjectGuid }

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by:cawasaki
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Hi,

Your script do not work because database need the CMS started before.
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you could run

$cluster = Get-Service ClusSvc
if($cluster.Status -eq "Stopped") { Start-Service ClusSvc }
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by:cawasaki
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Hi,

The service is running, the good command is:

 Start-ClusteredMailboxServer

this command start all clustered ressource.

Its possible to get this command in the script?

Thanks
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there are several pieces and i didn't have access to any cluster over the weekend

##verify cluster service is running and start if it is not
$cluster = Get-Service ClusSvc
if($cluster.Status -eq "Stopped") { Start-Service ClusSvc }

##check the status of the CCR
$ccr =Get-ClusteredMailboxServerStatus
if($ccr -ne "Online) { Start-ClusteredMailboxServer <CcrName> }

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by:cawasaki
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##check the status of the CCR
$ccr =Get-ClusteredMailboxServerStatus
if($ccr -ne "Online) { Start-ClusteredMailboxServer <CcrName> }


if($ccr -ne "Online)==>Offline or online :)
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There are other potential values so I would use online
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