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Cluster problems -> cannot start cluster service on node2

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Hi Experts,

I have a problem with my cluster.
The cluster service on node2 will not start.
The event ID is 1135.

Do you maybe have some hint to help me out ?
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Brad Groux earned 2000 total points
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From an administrative command prompt type CLUSTER NODE /STATUS and verify that the node is indeed down.

If that comes back all clear then you want to view the cluster logs for any errors or anomalies.

Then I'd run a cluster validation test. NOTE: If you run a complete test it will take your cluster down momentarily.
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ok thanks, on cluster config test, I have some error regarding the FC Controller.
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