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Windows Server Failover Clustering : Add New Nodes (CUI)
2019/07/09
 
Add New Nodes to an existing Cluster.
On this example, add a new Node [Node#4] to the existing Cluster like follows.
                                   |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
|  [      AD DS     ]  |10.0.0.100 | 10.0.0.110|  [  iSCSI Target  ]  |
|    fd3s.srv.world    +-----------+-----------+    tgt01.srv.world   |
|                      |           |           |                      |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
                                   |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
|  [ Cluster Node#1 ]  |10.0.0.101 | 10.0.0.102|  [ Cluster Node#2 ]  |
|    rx-7.srv.world    +-----------+-----------+    rx-8.srv.world    |
|                      |           |           |                      |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
                                   |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
|  [ Cluster Node#3 ]  |10.0.0.103 | 10.0.0.104|  [ Cluster Node#4 ]  |
|    rx-9.srv.world    +-----------+-----------+    rx-10.srv.world   |
|                      |                       |                      |
+----------------------+                       +----------------------+

 
On CUI Configuration, run PowerShell and Set like follows.
[1]
[2] On the iSCSI Target Node, allow new Node that can login to ISCSI Target.
Windows PowerShell
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# add new Node to Initiator list
PS C:\Users\Administrator> Set-IscsiServerTarget -TargetName "iSCSITarget01" -InitiatorId @("IPAddress:10.0.0.101","IPAddress:10.0.0.102","IPAddress:10.0.0.103","IPAddress:10.0.0.104") 

PS C:\Users\Administrator> Restart-Service -Name WinTarget 
[3]
[4]
[5] Logon to a Node that you installed Cluster Adminisrative tools and then Add New Node.
# [-Cluster] ⇒ target Cluster name
# [-Name] ⇒ hostname of the New Node
PS C:\Users\Administrator> Add-ClusterNode -Cluster "Cluster02" -Name "RX-10" 

# confirm settings : OK if New Node is listed
PS C:\Users\Administrator> Get-ClusterNode 

Name  State Type
----  ----- ----
RX-10 Up    Node
RX-7  Up    Node
RX-8  Up    Node
RX-9  Up    Node
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