So far I have seen cluster logging is not enabled by default and it really makes difficult to troubleshoot cluster issues; to troubleshoot the issue I have to manually generate the log for command prompt.
Here we will learn how to generate the cluster log from command prompt.
- Open the command with administrator privileges. (Better to open the command prompt with “Run as Administrator”.)
- Type “Cluster /Cluster: ClusterName log /gen /copy “C:temp”. You should get output as follows