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Hyper-v quorum disk full?

Posted on 2013-02-05
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I have a two-node hyper-v cluster on wk8R2. My Zenoss monitoring systems (two different instances) are warning me that the Quorum drive is 130% used on one of the hosts, but when I log on to the host there are no warnings or errors. Windows Explorer and the Failover Cluster manager both say the disk is 95% free! The Q: is 1GB and has ~44MB on it. No errors in the Event Manager either.

Any ideas? I just find it odd that both Zenoss instances would be warning me if there wasn't really a problem.
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what is writing to the quorum disk?

it should be free most of the time, very little is written to it.
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Just the cluster service as far as I know. There is only one folder on it called 'Cluster'.
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Well, just as mysteriously as it appeared, the error has now disappeared. Hopefully that's the end of it.
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The problem went away on its own.
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