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WLBS : duplicate cluster subnets detected. The network may have been inadvertently partitioned.
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As per Microsoft:
Error Message Explanation: The hosts in this cluster formed two or more separate clusters. This is usually caused by network partitioning that prevents the Network Load Balancing (NLB) heartbeats of one or more hosts from reaching all of the other hosts in the cluster. This event is logged when the network problem is corrected and the hosts converge back into a single cluster.
User Action (Windows Server 2003): Investigate the cause of the network partitioning. No investigation of NLB is necessary.
User Action (Windows 2000 Server): Investigate the cause of the network partitioning. No investigation of NLB is necessary.
See the link to ME216333.
This message indicates a wrong configuration of Windows Load Balancing Service or a faulty network.
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