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Storage Group Properties > Cluster Continuous Replication Page

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-23

Use the Cluster Continuous Replication tab to view a variety of status information about a storage group that exists in a cluster continuous replication (CCR) environment. The following table lists the details that are available on this tab. This tab is available only on Mailbox servers in a CCR environment that have Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or later installed.

 

Attribute Description

Storage Group Name

Name of the selected storage group. This name is displayed in the title bar of this tab.

Seeding

Indicates that seeding is in progress. Possible values are True and False.

Copy Status

Current overall status of the CCR copy. Possible values are:

  • Not Supported   The current configuration does not support local continuous replication.
  • Disabled   Storage group does not have a configured copy. There is no passive node configured for this clustered mailbox server.
  • Failed   Verification failed, or the storage group is only partially configured for CCR.
  • Seeding   Full database seeding is in progress.
  • Stopped   Transaction log copying is stopped.
  • Suspended   Transaction log copying and replay is stopped.
  • Healthy   The CCR copy is healthy and normal, and nothing is blocking or blocked.
  • Initializing   No log files have been closed and the Microsoft Exchange Replication Service is waiting for a closed log file to replicate.
  • Service Down   The Microsoft Exchange Replication Service is not running or cannot be contacted.
  • Resynchronizing   The Microsoft Exchange Replication Service is performing an incremental reseed of the storage group copy.

Messages

Textual messages that identify the condition that caused replication to fail. The View button is only available if messages exist. If no messages exist, the View button will be unavailable.

Target Node

The name of the passive cluster node, which is the target for replication.

Copy Queue Length

The number of transaction log files waiting to be copied to the passive copy log file folder. A copy is not considered complete until it has been checked for corruption.

Replay Queue Length

The number of transaction log files waiting to be replayed into the passive copy.

Latest Available Log Time

The time stamp on the source storage group of the most recently detected new transaction log file.

Last Inspected Log Time

The time stamp on the target storage group of the last successful inspection of a transaction log file.

Last Copied Log Time

The time stamp on the source storage group of the last successful copy of a transaction log file.

Last Replayed Log Time

The time stamp on the target storage group of the last successful replay of a transaction log file.

To ensure that you are reading the most up-to-date information and to find additional Exchange Server 2007 documentation, visit the Exchange Server TechCenter.
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