Once any work has been done on the system and you want to bring the node back into use, you need to enable the node so that the cluster knows the node is available and ready for work. Once the node is enabled, the cluster will assign the jobs waiting to be processed.
As nodes are an important part of the job processing, knowing about the nodes is vital so that you can ensure they are functioning properly and that the cluster has enough nodes to process jobs. The Get-ERNode cmdlet retrieves information about a node. You In addition, a cluster can be specified to show all nodes associated with the cluster. A computer can also be queried to see if there is a node install on it.
As with nodes you can retrieve information about clusters. This information includes whether the cluster is enabled or disabled, if the cluster is using a shared data location, and the path of the shared data location.
This example returns information on the cluster named Second Cluster. Note that he cluster name is in quotes because Windows PowerShell requires that any parameter containing spaces must be enclosed with quote marks.