troubleshooting Question

SQL cluster group error

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Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005Microsoft SQL Server 2008
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On a SQL 2005 cluster, drive D was deleted then restored on Node A but not on Node B--aka, the server cannot see drive D on Node B. Node A works great and SQL is running, but Node B is still looking for drive D in the cluster group and shows a fat read X for the group. There are no binaries or SQL files on drive D.

Will deleting the SQL group with drive D on Node 2 cause a problem for the Node 1 and for the SQL cluster in general?

Thanks
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DBAduck - Ben Miller
SQL Server Architect

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