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  1. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Contents Overview 1 Installing Cluster Service 2 Post-Installation 10 Lab A: Installing Cluster Service 16 Review 23
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  3. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service iii Instructor Notes Presentation: This module is about installing Cluster service. The installation is a standard 30 Minutes install using the Cluster Configuration Wizard. The students need to have an understanding of the choices that they are going to make during the install, such Lab: as where to place the cluster configuration files and assigning the network 30 Minutes adapters for cluster communication. Students perform post-installation tasks to verify that Cluster service is properly installed. After completing this module, students will be able to: Install Cluster service on one or more servers (single or multinode clusters). Assign a Cluster service account. Specify which disks Cluster service will manage. Assign a location for the cluster file storage. Configure network adapters for public, private, or mixed cluster communications. Verify that Cluster service has been installed as a Microsoft® Windows® 2000 service, and that the correct changes have been made to the registry, directories, and event log. Materials and Preparation This section provides the materials and preparation tasks that you need to teach this module. Required Materials To teach this module, you need the following materials: Microsoft PowerPoint® file 2087A_02.ppt Windows 2000 Installation Files Preparation Tasks To prepare for this module, you should: Read the materials for this module and anticipate questions students may ask. Install Cluster service several times before teaching the class. Understand the concepts of the quorum, the service account, and cluster network communications. Practice the lab. Study the review questions and prepare alternative answers for discussion.
  4. iv Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Module Strategy Use the following strategy to present this module: This module follows the steps in the Cluster Service Installation Wizard for installing Cluster service. At the end of the module, students need to understand the choices that they will make when they install Cluster service on the job. The lab reinforces the installation and verification procedures. Installing Cluster Service In this section you will step through the installation of Cluster service by using the Cluster Service Configuration Wizard. The wizard prompts the user for configuration choices. • Create or Join a Cluster: The wizard first prompts you to either create a new cluster or join an existing one. When creating a new cluster, you will typically not use the cluster name for any resources other than cluster administration. • Cluster Service Account: The wizard does not create the Cluster service account, and you must set up the account prior to installing Cluster service. • Shared Disks and Cluster File Storage: The wizard prompts you for disks that the cluster will manage. The list of unmanaged disks contains all of the disks that are associated with the node, but are not on the same bus as the operating system. After selecting the disks that Cluster service will manage, you need to decide which disk you will use for the cluster configuration files. This disk will be the same disk that you will use for the quorum. • Configuring Cluster Communications: When creating a new cluster, you need to decide whether you will use a network card for cluster communication. If you will use a network card for cluster communications, you then decide what type of communications will be performed on that network interface card (NIC): private, public, or mixed.
  5. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service v Post-Installation After installing Cluster service, it is a best practice to go through the cluster service properties, files, registry settings and event logs to verify that the installation was successful. • Cluster Service Properties: Cluster service runs as a single service on each node of the cluster. You need to check the startup type, the service status, and verify the log on account for the service account on each node. • Location of Cluster Files and Folders: After the installation, it is a best practice to know what files and folders have been added to the node and the shared disks. This information can be useful in the restoration of a cluster after a failure. • Registry Settings: The installation of Cluster service adds a cluster hive to the registry. Remind the students that hives are backed up as part of the system state. Cluster service replicates the cluster hive to the shared disk and to the other node of the cluster. • Event Log: Depending on whether you are creating or joining a cluster, you will see different results in the event log. The event log is also the first place to look if the service was not installed correctly.
  6. vi Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Instructor Setup for a Lab Lab Strategy In this lab, one student will create a cluster. When the cluster has been successfully created, the other student will join the cluster. Students must work in pairs to complete this lab. After installation, students view the changes that were made to each node of the cluster. Lab A: Installing Cluster Service To conduct this lab: Read though the lab carefully, paying close attention to the instructions and details. Students work in teams of two, grouped together by their shared bus. Familiarize the students with the Reference Table and how to find their computers in the table. Make sure that the students understand that they are to begin the lab by installing Cluster service on Node A, and then join Node B to the created cluster.
  7. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service 1 Overview Topic Objective To provide an overview of the module topics and Installing Cluster Service objectives. Lead-in Post-Installation In this module, you will learn how to install Microsoft Windows 2000 Cluster service and how to verify that all of the components are installed correctly. *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** After you have completed the pre-installation requirements, you install Microsoft® Cluster service by following the steps in the configuration wizard. A successful installation is dependent on having planned in advance. You will need the names for the parts of the cluster, a decision about which disks the cluster will manage, where you will locate the quorum disk, and how you will configure the cluster communications. After completing this module, you will be able to: Install Cluster service on one or more servers (single or multinode clusters). Assign a Cluster service account. Specify which disks Cluster service will manage. Assign a location for the cluster file storage. Configure network adapters for public, private, or mixed cluster communications. Verify that you have installed Cluster service as a Microsoft Windows® 2000 service, and that the correct changes have been made to the registry, directories, and event log.
  8. 2 Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Installing Cluster Service Topic Objective Add/Remove Programs To introduce the steps for Currently installed programs: Sort by: Name Change or Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Size 6.74MB installing Cluster service by Remove Click here for support information. Used rarely Programs Last Used On 8/15/2000 using the Cluster Service Windows Components Wizard To change this program or remove it from your computer, click Change or Remove. Configuration Wizard. Windows Components Add New Exploration Air You can add or remove components of Windows 2000. Programs Microsoft Office Lead-in To add or remove a component, click the checkbox. A shaded box means that only Microsoft Visual part of the component will be installed. To see what’s included in a component, click You install Cluster service MOC Courseware Tools Details. Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Add/Remove Windows RichCopy from the Control Panel – Components: Hardware Configuration Components VisualKB Explorer Accessories and Utilities Your hardware configuration must 12.1 MB for compatibility with the Cluster service. be tested Add/Remove Programs. Windows 2000 Ad Certificate Services 1.4 MB Microsoft does not support hardware 2.4 MB configurations other than those listed in the Cluster I Understand Cluster Service Remember that Cluster category of the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) located at Indexing Service 0.0 MB Internet Information Services (IIS) http://www.microsoft.com/hwtest/hcl22.0 MB service has prerequisites, Description: Enables servers to work together as a cluster to keep server-based applications highly available, that you understand thatcomponentdoes not support hardware configurations To indicate regardless of individual Microsoft failures. and you must check the that are not listed in the Cluster category of the HCL, click I Understand. Total disk space required: 13.0 MB hardware, software, and I Understand Space available on disk: 145.3 MB network requirements Next > Next > < Back Cancel before installation. Next > Next > < Back Cancel *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** When you install Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server or Microsoft Windows 2000 Datacenter Server, Microsoft Cluster service is installed as a Windows Component. To create a cluster, you run the Cluster Service Configuration Wizard and enter the required information. The installation steps for the first node of the cluster are: 1. Select Create a cluster. 2. Assign a cluster name. 3. Set up the cluster service account. 4. Assign shared disks that the cluster will manage. 5. Designate a location for the quorum resource. 6. Assign network adapters for specific types of cluster communications. You install Cluster service as a Windows component from Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel. When you select the option to add Cluster service, the program starts the Cluster Service Configuration Wizard. The first two pages of the Setup Wizard are the Welcome and Hardware Configuration pages. You do not have to enter any information on the Welcome page, but before you continue you should close any open programs. The Hardware Configuration page contains a warning that Cluster service is only supported when installed on hardware configurations that have been tested and are on the Cluster service Hardware Compatibility List (HCL). To continue the setup process, click I Understand to accept the condition that Cluster service is only supported on tested hardware. Clicking I Understand enables the Next button.
  9. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service 3 Note Before you install Cluster service, make sure that you have met all of the prerequisite requirements. Refer to the Job Aid, Pre-installation Checklist, in the Appendix. The installation steps for the other nodes of the cluster are: 1. Select Joining a cluster. 2. Enter the network basic input/output system (NetBIOS) name of the cluster to be joined. 3. Enter a Cluster service account password for the new node.
  10. 4 Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Creating or Joining a Cluster Topic Objective Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Create or Join a Cluster To illustrate how to create You can create a new cluster, or you can join an existing one. the first node and join the This server is: second node in a server The first node in the cluster. If this server is the first node in a cluster, you are creating a new cluster. cluster. The second or next node in the cluster. If at least one other node already exists, you are joining an existing cluster. Lead-in Cluster Service Configuration Wizard You can either create or join Cluster Name You must name the new cluster. a cluster. In creating a cluster, you assign a cluster Type a name for the new cluster: name. You join a new node CLUSTER1 to the cluster by using this < Back Next > Cancel Next > cluster name. < Back Next > Cancel Next > *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** The first action that you take in the installation process is to specify whether you are creating a new cluster or adding nodes to an existing one. A multinode cluster is installed in two phases. First, you install Cluster service on a single server, which will become the first (or only) node in the new cluster. You cannot complete the Cluster installation or add additional nodes until you have completed all of the installation requirements that the wizard has requested. The second phase is to install any additional nodes that will become part of the cluster. Create or Join a Cluster Select The first node in the cluster option to install the first node of a cluster and create the cluster. You will need to enter a unique network name (NetBIOS name) for the cluster when you select this option. After you have entered the name, click Next to continue the installation. Select The second or next node in the cluster when you are adding nodes to a cluster. You will need to know the NetBIOS name of the cluster when you select this option. Cluster Name When you create a cluster, you must assign a cluster name, which you will use for cluster management. The name is the first virtual server of the cluster. This virtual server is installed by default in a group called Cluster Group. When you have assigned the cluster name, click Next to continue the installation.
  11. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service 5 Cluster Service Account Topic Objective To illustrate how to create and validate the Cluster Cluster Service Configuration Wizard service account. Select an Account For security purposes, the Cluster service must use a domain account. Lead-in Type the user name and password for the domain account you want the Cluster service It is recommended that you to use. This account is given special security privileges on each cluster node. create the Cluster service User name: clusterservice account prior to installation. Password: The Cluster Service Domain: NWTRADERS Configuration Wizard will assign the appropriate permissions to the account. < Back Next > Cancel Next > *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** The Cluster service account is an account that only the operating system and integrated services use. Cluster service requires a Cluster service account to stop and start or take over resources. The Cluster service account needs to have administrator rights on each node of the cluster. The service account is responsible for modifying the registry on both cluster nodes. In Active Directory™ Users and Computers: 1. Create or assign a service account. 2. Set up password and account options. Select User cannot change password and Password never expires. From the Cluster Service Installation Wizard: 1. When prompted by the Cluster Service Installation Wizard, enter the user name, password, and domain name for the user account under which Cluster service will run. 2. When you enter the information and click Next, the Setup Wizard validates the user account and password. The service account must have administrator rights and the log on as a service privilege. If it does not, during the installation process, these rights and privileges will be granted to it.
  12. 6 Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Cluster Disks and Cluster File Storage Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Topic Objective Add or Remove Managed Disks To illustrate how to specify The disks that Cluster service controls access to are known as managed disks. which disks Cluster service Add the disks that you want the cluster to manage. Remove those disks that you do not want the cluster to manage. will manage and identify a Unmanaged disks: Managed disks: disk resource where you will Add -> Disk 1 Add -> M: (sahredscsi) locate cluster files. Cancel Next > Disks: M: (sharedscsi) M: (sharedscsi) N: (sharedscsi) < Back Next > Cancel Next > *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** Cluster service uses managed (or shared) disks to enable nodes to access and control shared data and services in case of a node failure. You will select a Delivery Tip location on one of the managed disks for the storage area where you will store Cluster service controls cluster checkpoint and log files. These files help manage the cluster. managed disks (cluster disks) on the shared bus. Cluster Disk Selection (Managed Disks) Unmanaged disks are shared disks that the Cluster You will need to identify which disks will be a part of the cluster. These service does not control. managed disks will be available as a resource to Cluster service. Designating a disk as a managed disk allows Cluster service to use the small computer system interface (SCSI) reserve and the SCSI release command. The SCSI reserve command allows one node to gain access to a disk resource and denies access to other nodes that might try to use a reserved disk. The SCSI release command makes that disk resource available so that another node can reserve it. You must specify which disks Cluster service will manage. By default, all of the disks on all of the buses other than the system bus will appear in the Managed disks list. Therefore, you need to remove disks if you do not want Cluster service to manage them. Note Both servers can access data on any unmanaged disk on the shared bus. Data corruption could occur if both servers access data on a shared disk at the same time. Cluster File Storage At this point of the installation, the Cluster Service Configuration Wizard will prompt you for the location of the Cluster service configuration files (\mscs). The disk that you identify for these files will also be known as the quorum disk. After installation, if you change the location of the quorum, Cluster service will move the cluster configuration files to the new disk location.
  13. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service 7 Quorum Disk Recommendations The partition containing the disk must have a minimum of 50 megabytes (MB) of free space. A quorum disk size of 500 MB is generally recommended. Dedicate a separate disk for a quorum resource so that if failover of a resource or application occurs, the cluster file storage disk will not also fail over. Because the failure of the quorum disk would cause the entire cluster to fail, using a volume on a Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) disk array is highly recommended.
  14. 8 Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Configuring Cluster Communications Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Topic Objective Network Connections To illustrate how to Type the network name, and specify whether this network will perform as a public, private or mixed network. configure the network Network name: Private Cluster Connection adapters for node-to-node Device: NETGEAR FA310TX Fast Ethernet Adapter (NGRPCI) and client-to-node IP address: 100.100.100.1 communications. Enable this network for cluster use Lead-in This network performs the following role in the cluster: Cluster Service Configuration Wizard Client access only (public network) Network Connections Cluster service can run with Internal cluster communications only (private network) Type the network name, and specify whether this network will perform as a public, All communications (mixed network) private or mixed network. one network card, but to eliminate the network card Network name: Public Cluster Connection as a single point of failure, < Back Next >Device: Cancel Next > Realtrek RTL8029(AS) PCI Ethernet Adapter two networks are IP address: 200.200.200.1 recommended. Enable this network for cluster use This network performs the following role in the cluster: Client access only (public network) Internal cluster communications only (private network) All communications (mixed network) < Back Next > Cancel Next > *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** The final step in the installation process is to set up the cluster communications. You identified how the nodes will communicate with each other and with clients during pre-installation planning. Your choices are public, private, and mixed networks. The Configure Cluster Networks page reminds you that using a single network for private communications allows for a single point of failure. Whenever possible, use more than one network for node-to-node communications and another network for client-to-node communications. Click Next to start the scan of network adapters. You will need to configure each of the network adapters on each node. The Network Connections page displays the network adapters on the node one at a time, starting with the first network adapter that is detected. For a node with three network adapters, this page will appear three times during Cluster service installation. You must enter a network name and select one of the configuration settings for each network adapter. Network Name The network name is a description that you give to the network adapter and is used as a label to identify the type of network communications to which the adapter is connected. For example, if the network adapter is connected to a private network that is used only by the nodes to communicate, the entry for Network name could be Cluster Net, or Private cluster connection.
  15. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service 9 Enable for Cluster Use The Enable the network for cluster use check box is selected by default. It allows Cluster service to use the network adapter. Disable this option for an adapter that is used for a dedicated networking task, such as a Web site. Cluster service will not be able to use this adapter if this check box is cleared. When you accept the enable default for a network adapter, you will next assign that adapter a communications role according to your cluster communications plan. You have three choices. Client access only You select Client access only to use a network adapter for communication between the cluster and the clients. No node-to-node communication will take place by means of this network adapter. The Client access only option is for the public network. Internal cluster communications only You select Internal cluster communications only to use a network adapter for node-to-node communication. No client communication will take place by means of this network adapter. The Internal cluster communication option is for the private network. All communications or mixed network You select All communications only to use a network adapter for a mixed network. You will use the adapter for both node-to-node communication and for communication with clients. This option is selected by default. Note If a node only has a single network adapter, a page will appear that recommends that you use multiple network adapters with Cluster service to avoid a single point of failure with one network adapter. Network Priority When you have configured all of the networks, a new page will prompt you to establish a network priority for private cluster communication networks. This list configures the order in which the networks available for private cluster communications fail over in the event of a network failure. The dedicated private network should be at the top of the list of all of the available networks that you can use for private communication. This list includes any network that is configured either for private network communications or mixed communications. A network that you have configured for public communications will not appear on this list because you cannot use a public network for private cluster communications. When you complete this page, the wizard will finish the installation and start Cluster service.
  16. 10 Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Post-Installation Topic Objective To introduce the ways to verify that Cluster service is Cluster Service Properties properly installed. Lead-in Location of Cluster Files and Folders The first step in verifying a successful installation is to Registry Settings open Administrative Tools Event Log and verify that the service is started. A Windows 2000 cluster only uses one service to run the cluster. *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** There are many ways to verify that Cluster service has been successfully installed. A simple method is to use the PING protocol to locate the cluster name. Using the PING protocol will verify that Cluster service was started and was able to register the cluster network name. In addition, it is recommended that you check to verify whether the following changes have been made to your system: Cluster service is installed. Cluster service files and folders are installed in the correct directories. The new entries have been written to the registry. The event log indicates that a successful cluster has been formed. You will need to repeat these verification steps each time that you add a new node to the cluster.
  17. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service 11 Cluster Service Properties Cluster Service Properties (Local Computer) Topic Objective General Log On Recovery Dependencies To illustrate how to verify Service name: ClusSvc that Cluster service has Cluster Service Properties (Local Computer) Display name: Cluster Service been added as a Enables servers to work together as a cluster to keep General Log On Recovery Dependencies Description: Windows 2000 service and Log on as: Path to executable: is in the Automatic and D:\WINNT\cluster\clussvc.exe Local System account Started modes. Allow service to interact with desktop Startup type: Automatic This account NWTRADERS\clustservice Browse… Lead-in Password: *************** After you have installed Service status: Started Cluster service, you need to Start Stop Pause Resume Confirm password: *************** make sure it has been You can specify the start parameters that apply when you start the service You can enable or disable this service for the hardware profiles listed below. from here: added as a Windows 2000 Hardware Profile Service Start parameters: Profile 1 Enabled service in Administrative Tools. OK Cancel Apply Disable Enable OK Cancel Apply *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** You should verify that Cluster service has been added as a Windows 2000 service. Windows 2000 services are listed in Administrative Tools. General Tab The General tab in the Cluster Service Properties dialog box has many functions. Verify that the Startup type is Automatic, and that the Service status indicates Started. Log On Tab You use the Log On tab to identify the service account. You can change the service account and password. Refer to the cluster help file for the proper procedure for changing any property of the Log On tab. The Recovery and Dependencies tabs are general Windows 2000 functions and you do not need to configure them.
  18. 12 Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Location of Cluster Files and Folders Topic Objective To illustrate where to locate files and folders that are Location of Cluster service files and folders placed in Windows 2000. Lead-in %systemroot%\cluster Cluster service installs files and folders on the quorum %systemroot%\system32 disk and the system root. \mscs on the quorum disk After installation you should go into these areas to verify that the files have been written to the appropriate directories. *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** Cluster service installed files and folders in three places in Windows 2000. It is recommended that you back up these files in case of a disaster recovery scenario. New files and folders are found in: Cluster executables, dynamic-link libraries (DLL), GUI Administration, and Help files are found in %systemroot%\cluster. Cluster command line administration, application programming interface (API) DLL’s and automation service files are found in %systemroot%\system32. Cluster database including registry checkpoint files and the quorum log are found in \mscs on the quorum disk.
  19. Module 4: Installing Cluster Service 13 Registry Settings Topic Objective To illustrate how to verify that Cluster service entered the correct entries to the Registry Editor – [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on Local Machine] registry during installation. Registry Edit Tree View Security Options Window Help AdminExtensions:REG_MULTI_SZ:{4EC90FB0-D0BB-11 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Lead-in ClusterName:REG_SZ:CLUSTER Cluster ClusterNameResource:REG_SZ:b55fd78f-9677-4eed-9e7 Groups Cluster service keeps RegistrySequence:REG_DWORD:0x2fe NetworkInterfaces replica registry entries in all Security:REG_BINARY:01 00 14 80 48 00 00 00… Networks Security Descriptor:REG_BINARY: 01 00 14 80 48 00 00 00 Nodes of the nodes of the cluster. Quorum Resources Resource Types HARDWARE SAM SECURITY SOFTWARE SYSTEM *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** After installation, verify that the Cluster service installation process entered the correct hive to the registry. You can find the cluster hive and the registry settings under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Cluster. The proper subkeys for the Cluster Registry are as follows: Groups NetworkInterfaces Networks Nodes Quorum Resources ResourcesTypes
  20. 14 Module 4: Installing Cluster Service Event Log Event Properties Topic Objective Event To illustrate how to verify Date: 8/30/2000 Source: ClusSvc the updated system Time: 11:39 Category: (128) Event Properties Type: Information EventID: 1061 information in the event log. User: N/A Event Computer: SERVER1 Lead-in Date: 8/30/2000 Source: ClusSvc Description: Time: 11:55 Category: (16) Cluster service includes Type: Information EventID: 1007 Microsoft Clustering Service successfully formed a cluster on this node. event data in the User: N/A Computer: SERVER1 Windows 2000 system log. Description: A new node, SERVER2, has been added to the cluster. Data: Bytes Words Data: Bytes Words OK Cancel Apply OK Cancel Apply *****************************ILLEGAL FOR NON-TRAINER USE****************************** Cluster service updates the system information to the event log. After Cluster service installation, verify the ClusSvc entries in the System Log in Event Viewer. The following System log was taken from SERVER1 as it created a cluster and as SERVER2 joined the cluster. Source: ClusSvc, Event ID: 1125, Computer SERVER1 The interface for cluster node SERVER1 on network Cluster Private Network is operational (up). The node can communicate with all of the other available cluster nodes on the network. Source: ClusSvc, Event ID: 1128, Computer SERVER1 Cluster network Cluster Public Network is operational (up). All available cluster nodes that are attached to the network can communicate by using the public network. Source: ClusSvc, Event ID: 1061, Computer SERVER1 Microsoft Cluster service successfully formed a cluster on this node. Source: ClusSvc, Event ID: 1007, Computer SERVER1 A new node, SERVER2, has been added to the cluster. Source: ClusSvc, Event ID: 11122, Computer SERVER1 The node (re)established communication with cluster node SERVER2 on the network Local Area Connection. Source: ClusSvc, Event ID: 1125, Computer SERVER1 The interface for cluster node SERVER2 on network Cluster Private Network is operational (up). The node can communicate with all of the other available cluster nodes on the network.
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