Generic Script Resource Availability
Updated: November 25, 2009
Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2
For a clustered Generic Script instance, the correct functioning of the script is very important in determining whether the combination of Cluster service, script, and application will work together to increase availability.
|Entry point '%2' in cluster generic script resource '%1' did not complete execution in a timely manner. This could be due to an infinite loop or other issues possibly resulting in an infinite wait. Alternatively, the specified pending timeout value may be too short for this resource. Please review the '%2' script entry point to ensure all possible infinite waits in the script code have been corrected. Then, consider increasing the pending timeout value if deemed necessary.|
|Cluster generic script resource '%1': request to perform the '%2' operation will not be processed. This is due to a previously failed attempt to execute the '%3' entry point in a timely fashion. Please review the script code for this entry point to ensure there does not exist any infinite loop or other issues possibly resulting in an infinite wait. Then, consider increasing the resource pending timeout value if deemed necessary.|