How to Setup a Live Debug Using Physical Machines

For this example I am using a Windows Server 2012 Physical machine that will be used to debug a problem machine. I will setup a live Debug session with a Windows 7 sp1 physical machine. Win2012Debugger (Host) – This is the physical machine that will be used to do the debug Win7 client (Target) –… Read more

Why is my Failover Clustering node blue screening with a Stop 0x0000009E?

John Marlin here from the Windows Cluster Support Team again and today I want to talk about the Stop 0x0000009E and hang detection in Windows Server 2008, 2008R2, or 2012¬†Failover Clustering. Just to set some expectations for the blog, I am not going to tell you exactly what the problem is, I am more going… Read more

How can I find out why the Cluster Resource Monitor dumped – Possible Deadlock

Hello, my name is John Marlin, and I am a Support Escalation Engineer on the Microsoft Platform Cluster Services Support team.  I wanted to talk about the Windows 2003 Cluster Resource Monitor along with what happens when it crashes as well as how to debug it to find out why it crashed. We need to… Read more

How can I find out why the Cluster Resource Monitor dumped? – Access Violation

The purpose of this posting is to provide information about the Windows 2003 Cluster Resource Monitor, along with what happens when it crashes as well as how to debug it to find out why it crashed. But first, we need you to understand what the Cluster Resource Monitor is and does. This information below, is… Read more