About using FSA with clustered file servers
|Article:HOWTO49497|||||Created: 2011-04-08|||||Updated: 2012-06-27|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO49497|
If your Windows file servers are grouped in a cluster, you can make the FSA services that run on them highly available. You must add an FSA resource to the cluster resource group or service group, and configure the FSA resource for high availability. The FSA resource monitors the state of the FSA services on the online node. If a problem occurs with the FSA services on the online node, then the cluster resource group or service group that contains the FSA resource fails over to the next available node.
Figure: Example FSA cluster configuration shows an example environment in which three file servers are clustered.
Note that you can make the FSA services highly available only when there is a shared disk resource.
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