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Windows 2008 R2 Cluster failover log

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Hello, Experts

We have a few Windows 2008 R2 ( most of them are two nodes ) clusters running SQL 2005.
Does Windows 2008 R2 cluster leave any log when it fails over?
Is there a way to find out?

Thank you for your help in advance.
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VipinV,

Thank you for your response.
I have run  the query for last 15 hours ( 900 minutes ) and it generated the following logs from both nodes.

Do you know if these logs give us any clue regarding fail-over anytime last 15 hours?

Is there any keyword to look for fail-over event?

Thanks.
ActiveNode-Cluster.log
InActiveNode-Cluster.log
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