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The administrator can specify which resources/groups should be failed back. In addition, the failback does not need to occur as soon as the failed node comes back online. There is a failback option that can be configured to control the time of day during which failback can occur. If a failback window has been configured, the Resource/Failover Manager waits for the designated time before initiating failback.

A number of additional failover-related terms such as failover object, failover policy, and failover time are defined in the Glossary. Failover is covered in more detail in Chapter 5. FAILBACK Failback is the reverse of failover. While failover occurs when a node fails, failback occurs when a node comes back online. Failback is the process of migration of one or more resources, groups, etc. back to a primary node when the primary node returns to operational status after a failure. In the prior example, IIS failback to node 1 occurs.

Both these tools are covered in more detail in Chapter 9. Administrators use these applications for the cluster administrative tasks mentioned earlier. The one administrative function that cannot be done through the cluster management applications is adding a new node to a cluster. A new node is added to a new or existing cluster by installing Cluster Server on the node and bringing up the Cluster Service on that node. Both cluster-aware and cluster-unaware applications run on a cluster node and can be managed as cluster resources.

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