CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS_EX control code

Retrieves information about storage class devices supported by a resource type. Applications use this control code as a parameter to the ClusterResourceTypeControl function, and resource DLLs receive the control code as a parameter to the ResourceTypeControl callback function. Unlike the CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS control code, the value list returned contains CLUSPROP_PARTITION_INFO_EX structures.



ClusterResourceTypeControl( hCluster,                  // cluster handle
                            lpszResTypeName,           // resource type name
                            hHostNode,                 // optional host node
                            CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS_EX,
                            NULL,                      // input buffer (not used)
                            0,                         // input buffer size (not used)
                            lpOutBuffer,               // output buffer: value list
                            cbOutBufferSize,           // allocated buffer size
                            lpcbBytesReturned );       // size of returned data

Parameters

The following control code function and DLL support parameters are specific to this control code. For complete parameter descriptions, see ClusterResourceTypeControl or ResourceTypeControl.

lpOutBuffer

On a successful return, points to a value list describing all available storage class devices in the cluster supported by the resource type specified by lpszResTypeName.

  • For information on the format of this list see Value Lists for Storage Class Resources.
  • A storage class device is available if it is not currently owned by a node. Because resources are always owned by a node at any point in time, storage class devices configured as resources will not be included in the returned value list.
  • Any given storage class resource can appear more than once in the list.

Return value

ClusterResourceTypeControl returns one of the following values:

ERROR_SUCCESS

0

The operation was successful.

ERROR_MORE_DATA

234 (0xEA)

The output buffer pointed to by lpOutBuffer was not large enough to hold the data resulting from the operation. The lpcbBytesReturned parameter points to the size required for the output buffer.

System error code

The operation failed. The value of lpcbBytesReturned is unreliable.

Implementations of ResourceTypeControl can return the above values or the following value:

ERROR_INVALID_FUNCTION

1

Requests that the Resource Monitor perform default processing (if any) for the control code addition to processing supplied by the DLL (if any).

Remarks

ClusAPI.h defines the 32 bits of CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS_EX (0x020001f5) as follows.

ComponentBit locationValue

Object code

24–31

CLUS_OBJECT_RESOURCE_TYPE (0x2)

Global bit

23

CLUS_NOT_GLOBAL (0x0)

Modify bit

22

CLUS_NO_MODIFY (0x0)

User bit

21

CLCTL_CLUSTER_BASE (0x0)

Type bit

20

External (0x0)

Operation code

0–23

CLCTL_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS_EX (0x1f5)

Access code

0–1

CLUS_ACCESS_READ (0x1)

 

For more information, see Control Code Architecture.

Resource DLL Support

Conditional. If your DLL handles quorum-capable resource storage class resources, you must support the CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS_EX control code. Create and return a value list formatted as described under lpOutBuffer. For more information, see Creating a Value List and Implementing ResourceTypeControl.

Otherwise, return ERROR_INVALID_FUNCTION.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 Datacenter, Windows Server 2008 Enterprise

Header

ClusAPI.h

See also

External Resource Type Control Codes
ClusterResourceTypeControl
ResourceTypeControl
CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS

 

 

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