I have a strange problem with a 3-node server 2008 r2 failover cluster running in a node majority quorum configuration with an iscsi SAN. I can't get cluster shared volumes to work correctly. I set up 1 disk on the SAN and create the CSV from that, which is visible and accessible from all 3 nodes. I set up a VM on this CSV on the first node and it runs fine, but when attempting to move/migrate the VM to another node it fails with a fairly generic "Cluster resource 'X' in clustered service or application 'Y' failed", followed by "The Cluster service failed to bring clustered service or application 'Y' completely online or offline, one of more resources may be in a failed state". If however I change the owner of the CSV first, the VM will move fine. My understanding of CSV is that it shouldn't matter who the owner of the CSV is, all the nodes should be able to access it?
If I destroy the cluster and instead set it up by assigning the SAN disk a drive letter through disk management, then create the cluster without using CSV, moving/migrating a VM works fine as the disk will move with it automatically. I really can't see what the problem is.
I attach an ipconfig from the three nodes as I suspect this is probably a networking thing, though the hyper-V virtual network is named identically on all 3, and File sharing / client for microsoft networks is enabled.
Thanks in advance for any assistance.