JSI Tip 3688. Running CHKDSK on a Cluster resource.


Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 272244 contains the following summary:

When you bring a cluster server online and it has the dirty bit set, you can run the chkdsk command to verify the integrity of the cluster server. The version of the Windows operating system that your computer is running determines the degree of chkdsk logging that is available:
Windows NT 4.0: A status code is logged in the Cluster log.For additional information, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
265533 Explanation of Chkdsk Status Codes in Cluster Log
Windows 2000: Results are logged in the Application and Cluster log.
Windows 2000 Service Pack 1 (SP1) and Windows Datacenter Server: Results are logged in the Application and Cluster log. In addition, the Cluster log references a log file in which detailed chkdsk output is recorded.



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