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IsAlivePollInterval

Specifies the recommended interval in milliseconds at which a Resource Monitor should poll resources of the particular resource type to determine if they are operational. The polling occurs when the Resource Monitor calls a resource DLL's IsAlive entry point function. The following table summarizes the attributes of the IsAlivePollInterval property.

AttributeValue

Data type

DWORD

Access

Read/write

Structure

CLUSPROP_DWORD

Minimum

1

Maximum

0xFFFFFFFF

Default

60000

 

Remarks

The IsAlivePollInterval property cannot be zero. It should be set to a value that is as small as possible to cause failovers to occur in a timely manner.

The IsAlivePollInterval property for resources is also a common resource property.

Examples

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


DWORD          IsAlivePollIntervalData = 300;
CLUSPROP_DWORD IsAlivePollIntervalValue;

IsAlivePollIntervalValue.Syntax.dw = CLUSPROP_SYNTAX_LIST_VALUE_DWORD;
IsAlivePollIntervalValue.cbLength  = sizeof(DWORD);
IsAlivePollIntervalValue.dw        = IsAlivePollIntervalData;


Requirements

Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2003 Enterprise, Windows Server 2003 Datacenter

See also

Resource Type Common Properties
CLUSPROP_DWORD
IsAlive
IsAlivePollInterval

 

 

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