Empty the Recent Cluster Events for Windows Server 2008?

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Recent Cluster Events
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 Administration
Windows Server 2008 Clustering
Windows Server clustering
Is there a wat to clear or empty the Recent Cluster Events for Windows Server 2008?

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Windows Server 2008

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The recent cluster events can be seen as a collection of warnings and errors from the System Event logs from each node. To clear it, it is needed first clear the System Event logs on all nodes and then re-start the Failover Cluster Management. U may also use PoweShell for the same purpose (but it is little difficult).
OR
U may use Commands to do the same job…..
First to see the lists type as
cluster /list
Then to clear:
cluster xxxxfclus /destroy /cleanup (here is “xxxxfclus” is an example, u have to replace the name displayed)
It ask for confirmation, press Y to confirm
To make it confirm, again pass the same command as: cluster /list

NOTE: A cluster is a state in which it can be started to clean Active Directory information also. If cluster nodes are in a state in which the cluster not to delete or not to start,
then u may use /forcecleanup command.

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