Server cluster configurations manage disks on a shared storage infrastructure that are visible from multiple nodes although only one node in a server cluster can access any given disk at any point in time. In the event of the failure or corruption of a disk on the shared storage interconnect special care must be taken to restore the data and recover the applications.
The Cluster Recovery Utility is a tool that collects together a number of pieces of functionality that are particularly useful in a server cluster after a disk on the shared bus has failed.
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Disk failure detection and automatic disk reconstruction for clusters of machines. The main focus is on server clusters that access the same storage sub-system using a shared bus, in other words, where the computer hardware that is connected to a shared bus is identical.
There are two forms of operation for a cluster: ‘standalone’, and ‘clustered-cluster recovery’.
In standalone mode, a single instance of the utility must be run on each server in the cluster. This utility is then responsible for providing access to the shared storage bus for the entire cluster.
In clustered-cluster recovery mode, a single instance of the utility is run on the ‘master’ server in the cluster. Each of the other server nodes in the cluster will access the same utility process.
For each server node in the cluster there is a two-fold redundancy strategy implemented:
1. Detection of disk failures in the shared storage sub-system
2. Disk reconstruction in the event of a failure or corruption of a disk
In standalone mode the utility performs disk failures detection and automatic disk reconstruction.
In clustered-cluster recovery mode the utility also performs disk failures detection. Each disk in the cluster is expected to have a single target disk that is accessed for reconstruction if a failure is detected on that disk.
Disk recovery can be performed in any of the following ways:
* disk reconstruction after a system reboot
* disk reconstruction after a network reboot, e.g., for a disk that is unavailable
* disk reconstruction after the unit fails, e.g., due to a hardware fault
An alternative method for disk recovery is the utilization of a mirroring mechanism. If a disk is targeted by the utility for disk reconstruction then the utility sends out a parallel disk repair request to the appropriate mirroring mechanism.
If a disk is being scanned for a disk failure it will automatically send out disk failure reports when it finds a problem.
The utility has two different modes of operation:
* ‘automatic’, which detects and automatically reconstructs disks
* ‘automatic and human assisted’, which identifies failed disks and sends out disk repair requests.
The utility will also register ‘file space freespace’ events with the NTFS MFT so that disk space consumption can be monitored.
Disk recovery can be either automatic or manual.
Automatic disk recovery is the most useful, and it can be completely automated. Manual disk repair is useful in the event that

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Provides automated recovery of a client’s login and automatic re-authentication after a disk has failed.
Useful for restoring a server’s windows authentication cache and allowing users to log in without having to log out and then back in again.
Clients can automatically re-authenticate after restarting their server, or when rebooting a server.
Windows Clients:
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
Windows 2000 Server
Windows XP Professional x64
Requires Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 or SP2 (x64 only)
Mac OS X 10.5 Server or later
Requires Mac OS X 10.5.5 Server (x64 only)
Mac OS X 10.5 Client
Requires Mac OS X 10.5.4 Server or later (x64 only)
Security:
Installation & configuration
To configure the Cluster Recovery Utility, perform the following:
Select Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs > Uninstall Cluster Recovery Utility.
Uninstall any other software that provides a similar function.
To automatically download, install and run the Cluster Recovery Utility, perform the following:
Start > Run > C:\Program Files\Cluster Recovery Utility\clusterr.exe.
To view all the options available to you, perform the following:
Open the Cluster Recovery Utility Control Panel or choose Help > Cluster Recovery Utility Control Panel.
Using the Control Panel, perform the following:
Select Main.
If you are installing on a Windows XP operating system, you must install the Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1.
Select Restore.
If you are installing on a Windows Server 2003 operating system, select Add.
If you are installing on a Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2000 operating system, select Restore.
Click Start Restore.
When you have completed restoring your server, click OK.
The Cluster Recovery Utility displays the following screen:
Click Yes to close the Cluster Recovery Utility. The server is restarted and the restore is started.
Click No to cancel the restore operation.
This utility may be used to restore Windows authentication caches.
Provides automated recovery of a client’s login and automatic re-authentication after a disk has failed.
Useful for restoring a server’s windows authentication cache and allowing users to log in without having to log out and then back in again.
Clients can automatically re-authenticate after restarting their server, or when rebooting a server.
Windows Clients:
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
Windows 2000 Server
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The Server Cluster Recovery Utility (SRU) provides a tool that allows the recovery of a clustered server after a disk failure or corruption. The utility must run on the server (not on the workstation) that failed or corrupted the disk. In the event of a disk failure, SRU will bring up another copy of the application that was on the failed disk so that you can resume your work. If the disk is corrupted, then the utility will remount the disk read-write with the information that it contains.
Available in Win2000, Win2003, Win2008, and XP operating systems.

Features:
SRU allows the recovery of a clustered server after a disk failure or corruption on a shared disk.
Recover cluster shares, restore files and recover server work items with just a few mouse clicks.
Backup a complete server before making it available to new users.
Clone a server’s entire disk.
Copy a server’s disks to another server for safekeeping.
Reset a server’s permissions to original values.
Extract any file to any network share.
Restore a standard file on any share or server.

Examples:

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Go to Computer Management and select Disk Management (or C:\ on a 64 bit system)
Right click on a disk and select Repair Disk. If it fails to repair, select Clean Disk and follow the steps.
Shutdown the server and unmount any volumes.
If the server is not running the cluster work items on this server will be unavailable until you start the server and the cluster work items are in a ready state.
Mount the server and unmount any volumes.
Clone a server’s disks to another server for safekeeping.
Create a new folder on the server where the cloned disk will be mounted. This folder must not be accessible to users or any applications.
Mount the cloned disk.
Copy the cloned disk to the new folder.
Restore the cloned disk from the new folder.
Reset a server’s permissions to original values.
Extract any file to any network share.
Restore a standard file on any share or server.
Unmount the cloned disk.
Shutdown the server.
Reboot the server.

Notes:
In the event that the cloned disk contains critical data, it is recommended that you back up the cloned disk before copying the

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Cluster Recovery Utility (CRU) is an optional tool that is used to fix data loss caused
by a sudden disk failure or crash in your cluster. It recovers the data from backups
and/or from the other surviving cluster nodes.
CRU is a standalone tool and is not part of the cluster technology.
It is a part of Solaris ZFS Storage Pools and Storage Cluster Management (SCM).

CRU is designed to work in large-scale, high-availability clusters. It is especially
useful when shared storage has failed or crashed.

The typical use case for CRU is the following. The disk on shared storage has
crashed. The cluster nodes on that host have a ZFS Storage Pool, and at least one
node has backed up its data to a backup server. Some of the nodes in the cluster
also have other data that they care about.

After you have installed the Solaris Cluster Management Suite, installed and
configured the Solaris Cluster Storage Control (SCS) Server, and enabled the
SCS Replication Service, the SCS Replication Service will automatically discover
and detect your other clusters.

To start the recovery process, run the following command on the host where the
data is stored:
scs/cluster recovery initialize

The cluster recovery initialization process will complete after the host has
started and run SCS Replication Services to initiate the replication of the
disk’s data to the backup server or to the other surviving nodes in the cluster.

In addition to the above, after running the scs/cluster recovery initialize command
you can run the scs/cluster recovery list command to list the data that is being
recovered. In the output, the list of objects that are being recovered is shown
in the format:
disk# data-da[1-*] backup-data

The following are some useful notes to get you started.

a) With the exception of the /var/spool/fink/conf directory, files with the
extension.zpoolvfs or.zpoolvmdk will be locked by SCS and will not be
replicated. The zfs list –

System Requirements For Server Cluster Recovery Utility:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7/8 (64 bit)/Windows XP (64 bit)
Processor: 1.8 GHz or greater
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 550 or better or AMD Radeon HD 4770 or better
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 2 GB available space
Recommended:
Processor: 2.0 GHz or greater
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