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cluster Server object deleted!

Somehow, I have managed to delete the clustered server object AND the NSS pool object for my clustered IPrint implementation. The clustered volume object is now showing up as unknown (yellow circle with "?") The cluster object is still there and I can fail the resource back and forth. Iprint continues to work, but I cannot enable the resource manager because it can no longer find the volume.

That is the safest way to recreate/rebuild these objects?
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On Tue, 09 Dec 2008 03:46:03 +0000, donagel wrote:


> Somehow, I have managed to delete the clustered server object AND the
> NSS pool object for my clustered IPrint implementation. The clustered
> volume object is now showing up as unknown (yellow circle with "?") The
> cluster object is still there and I can fail the resource back and
> forth. Iprint continues to work, but I cannot enable the resource
> manager because it can no longer find the volume.
>
> That is the safest way to recreate/rebuild these objects?


Use NSSMU to push the edirectory object back into the tree. Start on the
node that you have the resource and then run NSSMU - the option is there
under the volume.

If that fails, then you have to delete the object in the tree dismount
the resource, delete the resource in eDir, use NSSMU to un-share the
resource, mount it on a server, add in the shareable attribute and then
re-cluster it... Easy 🙂

HTH

T



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