Event log event id for specific disk/volume attached (during FC node change from active to passive)

Sebastian Cerazy 306 Reputation points
2023-12-05T15:00:38.82+00:00

I need to run scheduled task on Server 2016 when failover cluster node transitions from active to passive

"Easiest" would be run it on event, if I could only find an event that does show specific disk (by letter/volume id) getting detached from the node

Anybody has any idea if such even exist?

In 2012 R2 I could monitor cbafilt (but that does not exists in 2016 any more)

Seb

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  1. Sebastian Cerazy 306 Reputation points
    2023-12-06T14:05:26.5333333+00:00

    Sadly 1038 is very generic (not specific disk)

    It could also be a witness disk (which is of no value, as this does not determine activate/passive state of the node)

    Been through this list already, nothing comes close

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