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Event ID: 142 Source: ExchangeStoreDB

At '3/31/2010 1:44:37 PM' the Microsoft Exchange Information Store Database 'GPPSDRESOURCES' copy on this server encountered an error during the attempt to replay logs. Consult the event log on the server for other "ExchangeStoreDb" or "msexchangerepl" events for more specific information about the failure. The operation will be retried automatically.
From EV100122: "I've more or less resolved the issue...  I suspended and deleted all the copies of the databases.  Then dismounted the master db, ran the eseutil /mh to make sure the database was in a clean state.  I then completely emptied the TransLog folder, folders and logs.  When I did that, it appeared that some of the logs were locked or corrupted, prompting for "Administrative" permissions on just a few of the log files. I also noted that some of the translogs that the replay were looking for were missing, so a combination of goofs going on.

Plus I removed the DB and Log directories on the target servers, cleaning everything out.

Result has been mostly positive. Two of the three database's that I recreated replica's have been 100% successful. The 3rd has been annoying, it's somehow kept the Replay Queue length, except in the Copy Queue, except that it's looking for logs which don't exist. The LastReplayedLogTime and LastLogReplayed are increasing appropriately with the reset log numbers. It's like a counter has been corrupted and I can't figure out where to clean it up. I went into Adsi to make sure the db copy is gone, which it is, and I have no clue where else to look to find where the Copy Queue Length property is stored, and seems to be no 400 level articles to paruse on this."

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