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Resumes a node from the paused state or brings back drained workloads to the node or both.
Resume-ClusterNode [[-Name] <StringCollection>] [[-Failback] <ResumeClusterNodeFailbackType>] [-Cluster <String>] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [<CommonParameters>]
The Resume-ClusterNode cmdlet resumes activity on a failover cluster node after it has been suspended, or paused, or brings back drained workloads to the node, or both. When
a node is resumed, clustered roles that were drained from the node are returned to it, and clustered roles or resources that are currently offline can be brought online on
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PS C:\>Resume-ClusterNode node1
This example resumes node1 on the local cluster.
PS C:\>Resume-ClusterNode node2 -Cluster mycluster
This example resumes node2 on the cluster called mycluster.
PS C:\>Get-ClusterNode | Resume-ClusterNode
This example resumes all cluster nodes that are suspended, or paused, on the local cluster.
PS C:\>Get-ClusterNode | Resume-ClusterNode -Failback Immediate
This example resumes all cluster nodes that are suspended, or paused, on the local cluster and immediately brings back the workloads drained from the nodes.