Step 5: Verify and monitor the cluster installation
[Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0]
Verify that Microsoft Dynamics CRM client applications can connect to Microsoft Dynamics CRM by using the cluster name, such as CRMNLBCluster.
To monitor the cluster, you have the following options.
- Network Load Balancing Manager. Log entries are displayed in the bottom of Network Load Balancing Manager.
- Event Viewer. Entries are recorded in the System logs by using the WLBS source.
- Wlbs. Run the wlbs.exe /query or wlbs.exe /display command at the command prompt to view information about the state of the cluster.
- Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) Management Pack for NLB. When your organization uses MOM to monitor and manage the servers in your organization, include the MOM Management Pack for NLB on the cluster hosts.