RestartAction

Describes the action to be taken by the cluster service if the resource fails. The following table summarizes the attributes of the RestartAction property:

AttributeValue

Data type

DWORD

Access

Read/write

Structure

CLUSPROP_DWORD

Minimum

ClusterResourceDontRestart (0)

Maximum

ClusterResourceRestartNotify (2)

Default

ClusterResourceRestartNotify

 

Remarks

The data value for the RestartAction property can be set to the values of the CLUSTER_RESOURCE_RESTART_ACTION enumeration. The following table summarizes the possible values:

NameValueDescription

ClusterResourceDontRestart

0

Do not restart the resource after a failure.

ClusterResourceRestartNoNotify

1

Restart the resource after a failure. If the resource exceeds its restart threshold within its restart period, do not attempt to failover the group to another node in the cluster.

ClusterResourceRestartNotify

2

Restart the resource after a failure. If the resource exceeds its restart threshold within its restart period, attempt to fail over the group to another node in the cluster. This is the default setting.

 

Examples

The property value portion of a property list entry for RestartAction can be set with the following example code:


DWORD          RestartActionData = ClusterResourceDontRestart;
CLUSPROP_DWORD RestartActionValue;

RestartActionValue.Syntax.dw = CLUSPROP_SYNTAX_LIST_VALUE_DWORD;
RestartActionValue.cbLength  = sizeof(DWORD);
RestartActionValue.dw        = RestartActionData;


Requirements

Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2003 Enterprise, Windows Server 2003 Datacenter

See also

Resource Common Properties
CLUSPROP_DWORD
CLUSTER_RESOURCE_RESTART_ACTION

 

 

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