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Windows NT4/2000 Cluster

Malcolm Rabin
Occasional Contributor

Windows NT4/2000 Cluster

Is there a command line utility that can give me a report on my cluster ?
Mark R. Graves
Occasional Advisor

Re: Windows NT4/2000 Cluster

You can use the "clussvc" command at a command prompt to start and manage the cluster service.

The cluster service command line can only be run from the cluster directory:


It is only designed for diagnostic use -- not for use under normal conditions -- for example, if the Cluster service fails to start.

To see the full usage of the command line utility: