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Error adding new SQL Server 2005 cluster node. Failed to enumerate disks.

Discussion in 'SQL Server 2005 Clustering' started by aliberico, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. aliberico New Member

    Hello,
    we have a two node sql server 2005 cluster running with a SAN where the sql data is stored. Now we are trying to add a third SQL node to the cluster. We have successfully added the new server as a node to the windows cluster. When we try to add the new sql node we receive an error during "system configuration check" and in the "setup bootstrap log" we see the following error:
    Loaded DLL:C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Setup Bootstrap\sqlsval.dll Version:2005.90.2047.0
    Failed to enumerate disks.
    HRESULT: 0x8007000d
    The data is invalid.
    Error: Action "InvokeSqlSetupDllAction" threw an exception during execution. Error information reported during run:
    Source File Name: datastore\clusterinfocollector.cpp
    Compiler Timestamp: Wed Oct 26 16:37:20 2005
    Function Name: ClusterInfoCollector::collectClusterGroups
    Source Line Number: 391
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    Failed to determine disk information
    Source File Name: datastore\clusterinfocollector.cpp
    Compiler Timestamp: Wed Oct 26 16:37:20 2005
    Function Name: ClusterInfoCollector::collectClusterGroups
    Source Line Number: 390
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    Enum*Disks() returned : 2147942413
    WinException : -2147024883
    Error Code: -2147024883
    Windows Error Text: The data is invalid.

    Source File Name: datastore\clusterinfocollector.cpp
    Compiler Timestamp: Wed Oct 26 16:37:20 2005
    Function Name: ClusterInfoCollector::collectClusterGroups
    Source Line Number: 390

    What are we doing wrong?
    Thanx in adavance.

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