Hello, I was looking over this practice exam question and it seems there are two correct answers, but I am curious what the "Microsoft" answer is.
You have a Windows Server 2016 failover cluster that contains two servers named Bozo and DingBat. The Cluster service on Bozo fails. You need to identify the cause of the failure.
A. From Event Viewer, review the Application event log.
B. From Event Viewer, review the System event log.
C. From Windows PowerShell, run the Get-ClusterLog cmdlet.
D. From Windows PowerShell, run the Get-ClusterNode cmdlet.
Based on the below reference article it appears Microsoft did introduce some great new logging capabilities that can be accessed via PowerShell in version 2016, but there is a note right at the beginning of the article that states:
"Tip: Always go to the System event log first, when troubleshooting an issue. Failover cluster posts events in the System event log that are often enough to understand the nature and scope of the problem. It also gives you the specific date/time of the problem, which is useful if you do look at other event logs or dig into the cluster.log if needed."
So I am thinking the most correct answer is "B". Would the ITPro crowd agree with that or no?