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The Cluster Resource Monitor could not load the DLL "<dll file>" for resource type <resource type>.
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What is a DLL?
What is the role of the Cluster Service?
- Dll file: "clusres.dll", resource: "Physical Disk" - As per Microsoft: "This behavior is caused by the Windows NT Option Pack overwriting some newer SP4 components with older Windows NT Option Pack components". ME218922 says that reapplying SP4 fixes this problem.
- Dll file: "clusres.dll", resource: "File Share" - See ME299041.
- Dll file: "exres.dll", resource: "Microsoft Exchange System Attendant" - As per Microsoft: " When you install Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 on a computer in a server cluster, this event may be logged in the application log. This problem may occur when an Exchange virtual server is already configured in the server cluster". See ME828768 for more details.
Look at ME223258 and "Sophos Support Article ID: 28496" for additional information on this event.
- Dll file: "clusres.dll", resource: "Physical Disk" - This problem occurs if the Cluster Disk driver (Clusdisk.sys) is not running. See ME923838 to solve this problem.
The Cluster Service tried to bring a resource online that requires a specific resource DLL for the resource type. The DLL is either missing, corrupt, or an incompatible version. As a result, the resource cannot be brought online.
Check the cluster installation directory for the existence of the named resource DLL. Make sure the DLL exists in the proper directory on both nodes.
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|Links: ME218922, ME223258, ME299041, ME828768, ME923838, Sophos Support Article ID: 28496|
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