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Simulates a failure of a cluster resource.
Test-ClusterResourceFailure [[-Name] <String>] [-Cluster <String>] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [<CommonParameters>]
The Test-ClusterResourceFailure cmdlet simulates a failure of a cluster resource.
Based on the failover and failback policies, when this cmdlet runs, the Cluster service moves the clustered role, or resource group, and attempts to bring the clustered
resource online. This cmdlet can be used to simulate what actions the Cluster service will take when a resource fails.
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PS C:\>Test-ClusterResourceFailure –Name "Cluster Disk 4"
Name State Group ResourceType
---- ----- ----- ------------
Cluster Disk 4 Failed cluster12FS Physical Disk
This example simulates a failure in cluster resource named Cluster Disk 4.