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Clustered Windows 2008 R2 Data Center - Diskpart does not work setting up Clustered Shared Volumes

Posted on 2011-03-23
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I am trying to use diskpart so I can online my node 2 disks that are being shared with node 1 in a cluster for CSV.
My commands error out even though I am the adminstrator.
I am trying to run diskpart then the following commands,
select disk2
Online disk
Attributes disk clear readonly

The online and attributes commands fail.
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by:lanman777
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When I run the comands I get access denied or failed to clear.
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Does the Hardware support capacity expansion?
See MS doc:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/30473
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kevinhsieh earned 500 total points
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The disk was already added to node 1, right? You don't use disk part to bring it online for node 2. Go to cluster management and add it as a CSV.
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