powershell script for moving resource cluster

Hello,

I search a powershell script for moving resource cluster in another node.

Thanks

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bibi
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Joe KlimisCommented:
Hi

open powershell window  as administrator on one of the cluster nodes.

type

 import-module failoverclusters

Move-ClusterGroup "YourClusterGroupNamer" -Node OtherNodeName
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bibi92Author Commented:
Thanks, I know that, but I search a script for automatically failover.
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bibi92Author Commented:
Import-Module FailoverClusters
 
$clustergroups = Get-ClusterGroup | Where-Object {$_.IsCoreGroup -eq $false}
foreach ($cg in $clustergroups)
{
    $CGName = $cg.Name
    Write-Host "`nWorking on $CGName"
    $CurrentOwner = $cg.OwnerNode.Name
    $POCount = (($cg | Get-ClusterOwnerNode).OwnerNodes).Count
    if ($POCount -eq 0)
    {
        Write-Host "Info: $CGName doesn't have a preferred owner!" -ForegroundColor Magenta
    }
    else
    {
        $PreferredOwner = ($cg | Get-ClusterOwnerNode).Ownernodes[0].Name
        if ($CurrentOwner -ne $PreferredOwner)
        {
            Write-Host "Moving resource to $PreferredOwner, please wait..."
            $cg | Move-ClusterGroup -Node $PreferredOwner
        }
        else
        {
            write-host "Resource is already on preferred owner! ($PreferredOwner)"
        }
    }
}
Write-Host "`n`nFinished. Current distribution: "
Get-ClusterGroup | Where-Object {$_.IsCoreGroup -eq $false}
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