CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_GET_FLAGS control code
Retrieves the flags that are set for a resource. Applications use this control code as a parameter to the ClusterResourceControl function, and resource DLLs receive the control code as a parameter to the ResourceControl callback function.
ClusterResourceControl( hResource, // resource handle hHostNode, // optional host node CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_GET_FLAGS, // this control code NULL, // not used 0, // not used lpOutBuffer, // output buffer: DWORD bitmask cbOutBufferSize, // allocated buffer size (bytes) lpcbBytesReturned ); // size of returned data (bytes)
On a successful return, contains a DWORD bitmask describing flags set for the resource, as follows.
No flags are defined for the resource.
This flag of the CLUS_FLAGS enumeration indicates that the resource or group is a core resource essential to the cluster and cannot be deleted. Included in this group of essential resources are the cluster IP Address, the cluster Network Name, and the quorum resource
Indicates a user-defined flag created by a third party developer for a custom resource type.
ClusterResourceControl returns one of the following values.
The operation completed successfully. The lpcbBytesReturned parameter points to the actual size of the returned data.
More data is available. The output buffer pointed to by lpOutBuffer was not large enough to hold the data resulting from the operation. The lpcbBytesReturned parameter points to the size required for the output buffer.
If any other value is returned, then the operation failed. The value of lpcbBytesReturned is unreliable.
Implementations of ResourceControl can return the above values or the following value.
Incorrect function. Requests that the Resource Monitor perform default processing (if any) for the control code addition to processing supplied by the DLL (if any).
Do not use the CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_GET_FLAGS control code in any resource DLL entry point function. This control code can safely be called from a worker thread. For more information, see Function Calls to Avoid in Resource DLLs.
ClusAPI.h defines the 32 bits of CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_GET_FLAGS as follows:
For more information, see Control Code Architecture.
Resource DLL Support
Optional. Support CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_GET_FLAGS only if you define flags specific to the resources supported by your DLL. The Failover Cluster API reserves only the lower 16 bits of the DWORD bitmask. Use the upper 16 bits to define your own resource-specific flags. Be sure to document or otherwise communicate what your flags do and how they should be used.
If you do not define resource-specific flags, return ERROR_INVALID_FUNCTION to let the Resource Monitor handle the operation. The Resource Monitor will read the Flags value from the resource key in the cluster database.
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||Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, Windows Server 2008 Datacenter