Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, DFS Replication issues in Technical; Having an issue that google appears useless to help me with, I'm getting this error on one server:
The DFS ...
29th November 2012, 11:04 AM #1
DFS Replication issues
Having an issue that google appears useless to help me with, I'm getting this error on one server:
The DFS Replication version vector size has exceeded configured limits, which could cause reduced replication or server performance. A large version vector size could cause degraded DFS replication performance, poor responsiveness of DFS replication management operations, and excessive memory and CPU resource consumption. Contact Customer Support Services to analyze the overall health of your DFS Replication deployment.
I'm also getting this, even though there's over 600GB of free space on the drive it's talking about:
The DFS Replication service encountered errors replicating one or more files because adequate free space was not available on volume H:. This volume contains the replicated folder, the staging folder, or both. Please make sure that enough free space is available on this volume for replication to proceed. The service will retry replication periodically.
Every now and again this comes up:
The DFS Replication version vector size has reached back to the configured limits.
and replication replicates a few files then stops again with the original message
Anyone able to help me out with this? Google is powerless!
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29th November 2012, 11:42 AM #2
ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh nevermind, got it, damn disk quotas that i've never set (assume someone else did anyway o_O) using a template and it's blocking replication for all the users whos usage was at or over 100%
Surprised that error message isn't documented though..
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