In this video, learn how to troubleshoot replication in a database availability group. A DAG allows multiple servers to have copies of Exchange Server 2019 databases for high availability and auto-failover purposes.
- [Instructor] We've created a Database Availability Group, … and we've replicated a database … between two different servers, … and we've performed this in a previous video. … Now we're going to take a look … at different troubleshooting techniques … when we have certain issues that come up … with our database replication. … If we click on View Details under Exchange Server Two, … it gives us an idea of what's happening … with our replication. … We see our copy queue length is at zero, … and our replay queue length is at 47. … So that means that it's still copying over, … but we don't have any error messages, which is a good thing. … Let's cancel that. … Let's take a look at a couple of other places we can go … to check if there's any kinds of issues … with our database replication … or our database availability group. … One of the first places we want to go … is the Application Windows logs. … If we see any MS Exchange issues here, … we can take a look, and at this point we just see …
- Planning an Exchange Server deployment
- Installing Exchange
- Installing authentication certificates
- Configuring authentication methods
- Designing mail flow
- Configuring send and receive connections
- Configuring transport rules
- Creating database availability groups for HA
- Managing database cluster failover for HA
- Accessing Exchange using Outlook
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Planning for Exchange Deployment
2. Deploying the Client Access Services
3. Deploying Email Transport
4. Deploying High Availability
5. Command Line Setup Options
6. Deploying Mobile and Outlook Solutions
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