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DBA Seminar: Upgrading Oracle Real Application Cluster from 11G to 12C

Posted on August 19th, 2015 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens

If you’re considering a career as a Database Administrator, Canadian Business College would like to invite you to a free upcoming DBA seminar we will be hosting on Friday August 28th. Attending the seminar will provide you with a first-hand look at some of the tasks required of Database Administrators in the workplace.

Seminar Topic: Upgrading Oracle Real Application Cluster from 11G to 12C

Overview: Oracle 12C has been published for approximately two years. Many businesses and organizations are planning on implementing the upgrade to their existing database to meet today’s cloud computing requirements. In this seminar, host and faculty of IT Director, Bill Xu, will demonstrate how to upgrade an existing Oracle 11G RAC database to Oracle 12C.

The seminar will consist of two parts:

  • Upgrading grid infrastructure including ASM and ACFS
  • Upgrading databases

When: Friday August 28, 2015 10:00AM

Where: Canadian Business College – Toronto Campus. For Directions, please click here.

If you’re interested in attending the seminar or have any questions on Canadian Business College’s IT programs, call 1-888-925-9929 today and ask to speak with an Academic Advisor. We’re looking forward to having you attend!

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Canadian Business College Hosting Free IT Seminar

Posted on May 11th, 2015 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens

Canadian Business College Oracle Database 12C

Canadian Business College is very pleased to be hosting a free upcoming IT seminar for anyone interested in pursuing careers in Database Administration, Network Engineering and Software Engineering.

The seminar, Deploying SQL Server 2014 Always-On and Failover Cluster, will demonstrate how to deploy and manage Microsoft SQL Server high availability architecture. Host and Faculty of IT Director, Bill Xu (pictured lecturing above), will demonstrate SQL server failover and always-on, while comparing Microsoft and Oracle solutions.

SEMINAR DETAILS

Seminar Name: Deploying SQL Server 2014 Always-On and Failover Cluster

When: Friday June 19, 2015 from 10am – 3pm

Where: Canadian Business College – Toronto Campus

Address: 2 Bloor Street West – 22nd Floor located at the corner of Yonge and Bloor, just steps from TTC transit. For directions, please click here.

SEMINAR DESCRIPTION

Database high availability and safety are wildly required job skills. To provide a solution for database high availability and safety needs, the knowledge of networking, system and database administration are required. In typical business environments, networking/system teams along with data management teams work together in these scenarios. The seminar will aim to demonstrate the multi-level facets of database high availability and safety.

SEMINAR TOPICS

  • Windows Server 2012 R2
  • SQL Server 2014
  • Power shell
  • Hyper-V
  • Active directory
  • iSCSI
  • Windows and SQL Server failover cluster
  • SQL Server installation and configuration
  • SQL Server Always-on Feature…and more!

WHY STUDY AT CANADIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE?

Canadian Business College’s Database Administration, Advanced Database Administer, Network Engineering and Software Engineering diploma programs were designed to provide students with the industry required skills and certifications required to excel in the workforce.

Whether you’re looking to start a new career in one of these fields, or you’re an existing IT professional with a keen desire to upgrade your skills, we encourage you to attend!

For more information, give us a call at 416-925-9929 or 1-888-925-9929.

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Canadian Business College Hosts Successful Oracle Database 12C Workshop

Posted on February 27th, 2015 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens

Canadian Business College’s Faculty of Information Technology Director, Bill Xu, recently hosted a workshop in front of a packed lecture room of aspiring database administrators entitled: Installing and Implementing Oracle Database 12C and Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12C.

Bill simulated a separated networking environment to install and implement the latest version of Oracle Database and Enterprise Management Cloud Control. The objective of the workshop was to provide attendees with a clear understanding of how Oracle works in real workplace environments.

Topics covered in the workshop include:

  • Oracle Database 11GR2
  • Oracle Database 12CR1
  • Oracle EMCC12C
  • Oracle Enterprise Linux
  • Oracle public yum
  • Oracle Grid Infrastructure
  • Windows Server 2012
  • DNS
  • Hyper-V
  • VNC Server
  • SSH

A PDF copy of the workshop transcript can be downloaded here.

An MS-Word copy of the transcript can be downloaded here.

Canadian Business College is one of the few Oracle WDP (Workforce Development Program) partners in Ontario. Our Database Administrator and Advanced Database Administrator programs are designed to provide students with  industry recognized knowledge, skills and certifications required to succeed.

If a career as a database administrator has been on your mind, we encourage you to contact us to see how our DBA programs fit in with your career goals and objectives. And make sure to stay tuned for Bill’s next cutting edge seminar open to the public!

If you attended the Oracle 12C workshop, we encourage you to leave your comments and feedback below.

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Free Seminar: Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.4.0) RAC on Oracle Linux 6.5 Using Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V with Shared Disks

Posted on July 8th, 2014 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens

One of the biggest obstacles preventing individuals from setting up test RAC environments is the requirement for shared storage. In a production environment, shared storage is often provided by a SAN or high-end NAS device, but both of these options are very expensive when the objective is simply to gain experience installing and using RAC.

A cost effective alternative is to use a shared disk enclosure which allows two machines to access the same disk(s). This alternative does however require two servers.

RAC-Seminar In today’s market, over 95% of Oracle databases are running in RAC environments. Experience with RAC is without question compulsory when looking for work as a Database Administrator. Canadian Business College is currently the only institution in Ontario offering RAC training as part of its Database Administrator diploma programs.

Bill Xu, Head of CBC’s IT Department, will discuss RAC and the possibilities this unique solution presents for both training and real-industry environment purposes at an upcoming seminar open to current DBA and Advanced DBA students. The seminar is also open to the general public. Here are the specifics:

Seminar Name

Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.4.0) RAC on Oracle Linux 6.5 using Windows Server 2012 RT Hyper-V with Shared Disks

Date & Location

Thursday July 24, 2014 from 10AM – 2PM

Canadian Business College Toronto Campus. 2 Bloor Street West – 22nd Floor, Toronto, M4W 3E2. Please click here for directions.

Like CBC’s recent Windows Server 2012 R2 seminar, the upcoming talk will provide those attending with the opportunity to benefit from expert instruction. Those new to the CBC will also have the opportunity to visit the Toronto campus and share in discussions with CBC instructors as well as students currently enrolled in our IT programs.

For additional information about Canadian Business College’s diploma programs or to reserve your seminar seat, please contact the College by phone at 416.925.9929 or by email at toronto [at] canadianbusinesscollege [dot] com.

We hope to see you there!

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CBC Hosts Successful Windows Server 2012 R2 Seminar

Posted on July 2nd, 2014 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens

Network-Engineering-Seminar

Are you a passionate about network engineering?

Then you would have loved Canadian Business College’s recent NE seminar addressing the latest on Windows Server 2012 R2 with Storage Spaces, SMB Scale-Out and Shared VHDX, including:

  • New Windows 2012 R2 Storage Features
  • Fail-Over Cluster
  • Windows Hyper-V
  • Systems Centre Virtual Machine Manager

The seminar was held on Friday June 13, 2014 at CBC’s Toronto Campus location and hosted by the Head of its IT Faculty, Bill Xu. Bill lectured to a full house comprised of enrolled Network Engineering students and prospective students looking to further their IT careers.

Not only did the seminar provide those in attendance with expert instruction and leading discussion on Windows Server 2012, it also provided those considering CBC’s Network Engineering Program with a unique opportunity to visit the Toronto Campus, chat with instructors and meet currently enrolled IT students.

All in all, the seminar was a huge success and Bill is champing at the bit to get the next one scheduled. Keep your ears peeled – we’d love to see you there!

If you’d like a full copy of the seminar transcript with images, it’s available for download in MS Word format here. Or, simply copy the transcript below:

Windows Server 2012 R2 Storage: SMB Scale-Out and Shared VHDX

Here are the details about the names, roles and IP addresses for each of the computers involved:

VM Computer Role Net2 (DC/DNS)
Host HOST2 Hyper-V Host 192.168.100.1/24
VM1 CBC-D DNS, DC 192.168.100.100/24
VM2 CBC-A1 Cluster Node 1 192.168.100.101/24
VM3 CBC-A2 Cluster Node 2 192.168.100.102/24
VM4 CBC-A3 Cluster Node 3 192.168.100.103/24
VM5 CBC-V VMM / Client 192.168.100.104/24
CBC-A Cluster 192.168.100.110/24
CBC-F Scale-Out​ File Server N/A

 

1) Configure the physical host

 # Preparation steps: Install WS2012R2, rename computer, enable remote desktop

# Prepare base image: Install WS2012R2

C:\windows\system32\sysprep\sysprep.exe /oobe /generalize /shutdown /quiet

# Install required roles and features, restart at the end
Install-WindowsFeature Failover-Clustering -IncludeManagementTools
Install-WindowsFeature Hyper-V -IncludeManagementTools -Restart

# Create a new Internal Switch
New-VMSwitch -Name Net2 -SwitchType Internal
Get-NetAdapter *Net2* | Rename-NetAdapter -NewName vNet2

# Configure vNet2 (parent port for internal switch) with a static IP address for DNS / DC
Set-NetIPInterface -InterfaceAlias vNet2 -DHCP Disabled
Remove-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias vNet2 -Confirm:$false
New-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias vNet2 -IPAddress 192.168.100.1 -PrefixLength 24
Set-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceAlias vNet2 -ServerAddresses 192.168.100.1

# Create 5 VMs, assumes there is a base VM ready at E:\VMS\BaseOS.VHDX
1..5 | % { New-VHD -Path E:\VMS\VM$_.VHDX –ParentPath E:\VMS\BaseOS.VHDX }
1..5 | % { New-VM -Name VM$_ -Path E:\VMS –VHDPath E:\VMS\VM$_.VHDX -Memory 2GB -SwitchName Net2 }
# Give the VMM VM a little more RAM
Set-VM -VMName VM5 -MemoryStartupBytes 4GB

# Create 3 data VHDX files
1..3 | % { New-VHD -Path E:\VMS\Data$_.VHDX -Fixed -SizeBytes 20GB }

# Manually attach volume E:\
fltMC.exe attach svhdxflt E:\
# NOTE 1: Non-CSV deployments of Shared VHDX are not supported. See the disclaimer section of this document.
# NOTE 2: Manual attached is not saved across reboots. You will have to re-issue the command after each reboot.

# Add the 3 data VHDX files to each of the 3 VMs, with Sharing option
1..3 | % { $p = ”E:\VMS\Data” + $_ + ”.VHDX” ; 2..4 | % { $v = ”VM” + $_; Write-Host $v, $p; Add-VMHardDiskDrive -VMName $v -Path $p -ShareVirtualDisk } }

2) Configure CBC-D (DNS, DC)

Start-VM –name VM1
# Preparation steps: Install WS2012R2, rename computer
Rename-Computer -NewName CBC-D -Restart

# Install required roles and features, restarts at the end
Install-WindowsFeature AD-Domain-Services, RSAT-ADDS, RSAT-ADDS-Tools

# Configure Internal NIC with a static IP address for DNS / DC
Get-NetAdapter | Rename-NetAdapter -NewName Internal
Set-NetIPInterface -InterfaceAlias Internal -DHCP Disabled
Remove-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -Confirm:$false
New-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -IPAddress 192.168.100.100 -PrefixLength 24
Set-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -ServerAddresses 192.168.100.100

# create AD forest, reboots at the end
Install-ADDSForest -CreateDNSDelegation:$false -DatabasePath “C:\Windows\NTDS” -DomainMode “Win2012” -DomainName “CBC.TEST” -DomainNetBIOSName “CBC” -ForestMode “Win2012” -InstallDNS:$true -LogPath “C:\Windows\NTDS” -SYSVOLPath “C:\Windows\SYSVOL” 

3) Configure CBC-A1 (Cluster A)

 Start-VM –name VM2

# Preparation steps: Install WS2012R2, rename computer

Rename-Computer -NewName CBC-A1 -Restart

# Install required roles and features, restarts at the end
Install-WindowsFeature File-Services, FS-FileServer, Failover-Clustering
Install-WindowsFeature RSAT-Clustering -IncludeAllSubFeature

# Configure Internal NIC with a static IP address for DNS / DC
Get-NetAdapter | Rename-NetAdapter -NewName Internal
Set-NetIPInterface -InterfaceAlias Internal -DHCP Disabled
Remove-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -Confirm:$false
New-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -IPAddress 192.168.100.101 -PrefixLength 24
Set-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -ServerAddresses 192.168.100.100

# Create 1 Pool, 7 Spaces and Initialize them
# NOTE 3: Running Storage Spaces in a guest is not supported. See the disclaimer section of this document.
# NOTE 4: This unsupported configuration cannot simulate Tiering or Write-back cache, since there are no SSDs.

$s = Get-StorageSubSystem -FriendlyName *Spaces*
New-StoragePool -FriendlyName Pool1 -StorageSubSystemFriendlyName $s.FriendlyName -PhysicalDisks (Get-PhysicalDisk -CanPool $true)
Set-ResiliencySetting -Name Mirror -NumberofColumnsDefault 1 -StoragePool (Get-StoragePool -FriendlyName Pool1)

New-VirtualDisk -FriendlyName Space1 -StoragePoolFriendlyName Pool1 -ResiliencySettingName Mirror –Size 1GB
2..7 | % { New-VirtualDisk -FriendlyName Space$_ -StoragePoolFriendlyName Pool1 -ResiliencySettingName Mirror –Size 3GB }

1..7 | % {
$Letter =”PQRSTUV”[($_-1)]
$Number = (Get-VirtualDisk -FriendlyName Space$_ | Get-Disk).Number
Set-Disk -Number $Number -IsReadOnly 0
Set-Disk -Number $Number -IsOffline 0
Initialize-Disk -Number $Number -PartitionStyle MBR
New-Partition -DiskNumber $Number -DriveLetter $Letter -UseMaximumSize
Initialize-Volume -DriveLetter $Letter -FileSystem NTFS -Confirm:$false
}

# Join domain, restart the machine
Add-Computer -DomainName CBC.TEST -Credential (Get-Credential) –Restart

4) Configure CBC-A2 (Cluster A)

 Start-VM –name VM3

# Preparation steps: Install WS2012R2, rename computer

Rename-Computer -NewName CBC-A2 -Restart

# Install required roles and features, restarts at the end
Install-WindowsFeature File-Services, FS-FileServer, Failover-Clustering
Install-WindowsFeature RSAT-Clustering -IncludeAllSubFeature

# Configure Internal NIC with a static IP address for DNS / DC
Get-NetAdapter | Rename-NetAdapter -NewName Internal
Set-NetIPInterface -InterfaceAlias Internal -DHCP Disabled
Remove-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -Confirm:$false
New-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -IPAddress 192.168.100.102 -PrefixLength 24
Set-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -ServerAddresses 192.168.100.100

# Join domain, restart the machine
Add-Computer -DomainName CBC.TEST -Credential (Get-Credential) –Restart

5) Configure CBC-A3 (Cluster A)

 Start-VM –name VM4

# Preparation steps: Install WS2012R2, rename computer

Rename-Computer -NewName CBC-A3 -Restart

# Install required roles and features, restarts at the end
Install-WindowsFeature File-Services, FS-FileServer, Failover-Clustering
Install-WindowsFeature RSAT-Clustering -IncludeAllSubFeature

# Configure Internal NIC with a static IP address for DNS / DC
Get-NetAdapter | Rename-NetAdapter -NewName Internal
Set-NetIPInterface -InterfaceAlias Internal -DHCP Disabled
Remove-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -Confirm:$false
New-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -IPAddress 192.168.100.103 -PrefixLength 24
Set-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -ServerAddresses 192.168.100.100

# Join domain, restart the machine
Add-Computer -DomainName CBC.TEST -Credential (Get-Credential) -Restart

6) Configure Cluster CBC-A

# Validate cluster
Test-Cluster -Node CBC-A1, CBC-A2, CBC-A3

# Create cluster
New-Cluster –Name CBC-A -Node CBC-A1, CBC-A2, CBC-A3 -StaticAddress 192.168.100.110

# Rename and configure networks
(Get-ClusterNetwork).Name = “Internal”
(Get-ClusterNetwork).Role = 3
(Get-Cluster).UseClientAccessNetworksForSharedVolumes=1

# Rename Witness Disk
$w = Get-ClusterResource | ? { $_.OwnerGroup -eq “Cluster Group” -and $_.ResourceType -eq “Physical Disk”}
$w.Name = “WitnessDisk”

# Add remaining disks to Cluster Shared Volumes
Get-ClusterResource | ? OwnerGroup -eq “Available Storage” | Add-ClusterSharedVolume

# Create Scale-Out File Server
Add-ClusterScaleOutFileServerRole CBC-F

# Create SMB shares
1..6 | % {
MD C:\ClusterStorage\Volume$_\Share
New-SmbShare -Name Share$_ -Path C:\ClusterStorage\Volume$_\Share -FullAccess CBC.Test\Administrator
Set-SmbPathAcl -ShareName Share$_
}

7) Configure CBC-V

 Start-VM –name VM5

# Preparation steps: Install WS2012R2, rename computer

Rename-Computer -NewName CBC-V -Restart

# Install required roles and features, restarts at the end
Install-WindowsFeature RSAT-Clustering -IncludeAllSubFeature

# Configure Internal NIC with a static IP address for DNS / DC
Get-NetAdapter | Rename-NetAdapter -NewName Internal
Set-NetIPInterface -InterfaceAlias Internal -DHCP Disabled
Remove-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -Confirm:$false
New-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -IPAddress 192.168.100.104 -PrefixLength 24
Set-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceAlias Internal -ServerAddresses 192.168.100.100

# Join domain, restart the machine
Add-Computer -DomainName CBC.TEST -Credential (Get-Credential) -Restart

# Map the SMB shares
1..6 | % {
$d =”PQRSTU”[($_-1)] + “:”
New-SmbMapping -LocalPath $d -RemotePath \\CBC-F\Share$_ -Persistent $true
}

# Create the test files
1..6 | % {
$f =”PQRSTU”[($_-1)] + “:\testfile.dat”
fsutil file createnew $f (256MB)
fsutil file setvaliddata $f (256MB)
}

# Configure SMB Bandwidth Limits to avoid overloading the virtual environment

Add-WindowsFeature FS-SMBBW
Set-SmbBandwidthLimit -Category Default -BytesPerSecond 16MB

# Run SQLIO (assumes SQLIO.EXE was copied to C:\SLQIO)

c:\sqlio\sqlio.exe -s9999 -kR -t1 -o16 -b8 -BN -LS -frandom -dPQRSTU testfile.dat

# To remove a node while the workload is running (wait a few minutes for rebalancing)
Remove-ClusterNode -Cluster CBC-A –Name CBC-A3

# To add a node while the workload is running (wait a few minutes for rebalancing)
Add-ClusterNode -Cluster CBC-A –Name CBC-A3

8) Running the tests without VMM (from CBC-V)

Start Performance Monitor

Start a performance monitor session

Switch to “Histogram Bar” view to show the performance side-by-side

Add a counter for SMB Server Shares, Data bytes/sec, _total instance for CBC-A1, CBC-A2 and CBC-A3.

Query the cluster shared volume ownership on Cluster A, with 2 nodes

Get-ClusterSharedVolume -Cluster CBC-A | Sort OwnerNode | FT OwnerNode, Name, State -AutoSize

OwnerNode Name           State
——— —-           —–
CBC-A1   Cluster Disk 6 Online
CBC-A1   Cluster Disk 3 Online
CBC-A1   Cluster Disk 4 Online
CBC-A2   Cluster Disk 7 Online
CBC-A2   Cluster Disk 2 Online
CBC-A2   Cluster Disk 5 Online

Run SQLIO to issue 8KB IOs

C:\sqlio\sqlio.exe -s9999 -kR -t1 -o16 -b8 -BN -LS -frandom -dPQRSTU testfile.dat

Add a 3rd node and wait for it to take 1/3 of the load

Add-ClusterNode -Cluster CBC-A -Name CBC-A3

Wait 2 and a half minutes to transition to the following state.

Re- query the cluster shared volume ownership on Cluster A, now with 3 nodes

Get-ClusterSharedVolume -Cluster CBC-A | Sort OwnerNode | FT OwnerNode, Name, State -AutoSize

OwnerNode Name           State
——— —-           —–
CBC-A1   Cluster Disk 3 Online
CBC-A1   Cluster Disk 6 Online
CBC-A2   Cluster Disk 5 Online
CBC-A2   Cluster Disk 7 Online
CBC-A3   Cluster Disk 2 Online
CBC-A3   Cluster Disk 4 Online

9) Installing VMM on CBC-V

# Install .NET Framework
Install-WindowsFeature NET-Framework-Core

# Install Windows Server 2012 R2 ADK
C:\ADK\adksetup.exe
# Select only the “Deployment Tools” and “Windows PE” options

# Install SQL Server 2012 SP1
# New SQL Server standalone installation, Feature Selection: Database Engine Services

When prompted for feature selection, install ALL of the following:

Database Engine Services

Optionally – consider adding the following to ease administration:

Management Tools – Basic and Complete (for running queries and configuring SQL services)

On the Instance configuration, choose a default instance, or a named instance. Default instances are fine for testing and labs. Production clustered instances of SQL will generally be a named instance. For the purposes of the POC, choose default instance to keep things simple.

On the Server configuration screen, set SQL Server Agent to Automatic. Click “Use the same account for all SQL Server Services, and input the SQL service account and password we created earlier.

On the Collation Tab – make sure SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS is selected, as that is the ONLY collation supported.

# Install VMM 2012 R2
# Features selected to be added: VMM management server, VMM console
# Database: VirtualManagerDB database will be created on CBCBDA-V
# Service Account: Local System account

10) Configuring VMM on CBC-V

Bring the File Server Cluster under VMM management

Select Fabric and use the option to add Storage Devices

Add a Windows-based file server

Specify the full path to the file server cluster:

Verify the File Server Cluster was properly discovered by VMM

Check the provider

Check the Storage Spaces discovery

Check the Scale-Out File Server and file share discovery

11) Verifying systems’ configuration

PS C:\> Get-PhysicalDisk -CimSession CBC-A1, CBC-A2, CBC-A3 | Sort PSComputerName, Size

PS C:\> Get-Disk -CimSession CBC-A1, CBC-A2, CBC-A3 | Sort PSComputerName, Size

Number Friendly Name                  OperationalStatus Total Size Partition Style PSComputerName
—— ————-                  —————– ———- ————— ————–
4      Microsoft Storage Space Device Online                  1 GB MBR             CBC-A1
10     Microsoft Storage Space Device Online                  3 GB MBR             CBC-A1
8      Microsoft Storage Space Device Online                  3 GB MBR             CBC-A1
0      Virtual HD ATA Device          Online                 40 GB MBR             CBC-A1
4      Microsoft Storage Space Device Online                  3 GB MBR             CBC-A2
5      Microsoft Storage Space Device Online                  3 GB MBR             CBC-A2
0      Virtual HD ATA Device          Online                 40 GB MBR             CBC-A2
4      Microsoft Storage Space Device Online                  3 GB MBR             CBC-A3
5      Microsoft Storage Space Device Online                  3 GB MBR             CBC-A3
0      Virtual HD ATA Device          Online                 40 GB MBR             CBC-A3

PS C:\> Get-ClusterNode -Cluster CBC-A | FT Cluster, NodeName, State, Id -AutoSize

Cluster NodeName State Id
——- ——– —– —
CBC-A  CBC-A1     Up 2
CBC-A  CBC-A2     Up 1
CBC-A  CBC-A3     Up 3

PS C:\> Get-ClusterResource -Cluster CBC-A | FT –AutoSize

Name                             State  OwnerGroup    ResourceType
—-                             —–  ———-    ————
Cluster IP Address               Online Cluster Group IP Address
Cluster Name                     Online Cluster Group Network Name
Cluster Pool 1                   Online Cluster Group Storage Pool
CBC-F                           Online CBC-F        Distributed Network Name
Scale-Out File Server (\\CBC-F) Online CBC-F        Scale Out File Server
WitnessDisk                      Online Cluster Group Physical Disk

PS C:\> Get-ClusterSharedVolume -Cluster CBC-A | FT -AutoSize

Name           State  Node
—-           —–  —-
Cluster Disk 2 Online CBC-A3
Cluster Disk 3 Online CBC-A2
Cluster Disk 4 Online CBC-A3
Cluster Disk 5 Online CBC-A1
Cluster Disk 6 Online CBC-A2
Cluster Disk 7 Online CBC-A1

PS C:\> Get-SmbShare Share* -CimSession CBC-F | FT -AutoSize

Name   ScopeName Path                            Description PSComputerName
—-   ——— —-                            ———– ————–
Share1 CBC-F    C:\ClusterStorage\Volume1\Share             CBC-F
Share2 CBC-F    C:\ClusterStorage\Volume2\SHARE             CBC-F
Share3 CBC-F    C:\ClusterStorage\Volume3\Share             CBC-F
Share4 CBC-F    C:\ClusterStorage\Volume4\Share             CBC-F
Share5 CBC-F    C:\ClusterStorage\Volume5\SHARE             CBC-F
Share6 CBC-F    C:\ClusterStorage\Volume6\Share             CBC-F

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