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webby
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      12-20-2005
I started getting event ID 1955 the other day on only 1 DC. Since then it
has been happening every few days, one 1955 event logged like every 2 days or
so. The text of the event follows:

Active Directory encountered a write conflict when applying replicated
changes to the following object.

Object:
CN=ROBERT SMITH,OU=Users,OU=Sales,OU= Inside,DC=DC1,DC=xxxxxxxxxxxxx,DC=org
Time in seconds:
0

Event log entries preceding this entry will indicate whether or not the
update was accepted.

A write conflict can be caused by simultaneous changes to the same object or
simultaneous changes to other objects that have attributes referencing this
object. This commonly occurs when the object represents a large group with
many members, and the functional level of the forest is set to Windows 2000.
This conflict triggered additional retries of the update. If the system
appears slow, it could be because replication of these changes is occurring.

User Action
Use smaller groups for this operation or raise the functional level to
Windows Server 2003.


We are a child domain and our functional level is not set to Windows 2003 as
of yet. I have googled this event and EventID.net etc, but I have not be able
to find anything definitive. I have also received event ID 1083 twice:

Active Directory could not update the following object with changes received
from the domain controller at the following network address because Active
Directory was busy processing information.

Object:
CN=JOE BROWN,CN=Users,DC=DC1,DC=xxxxxxxxxxxx,DC=org
Network address:
d7f787fa-c111-4f3b-9b64-695e79d36650._msdcs.xxxxxxxxx.org

This operation will be tried again later.

I have only gotten the above event ID 1083 twice, once on the same day as
the event ID 1955 and once several months ago. The event ID 1955 I have
received around 4 times. Can anyone shed some light on this and let me know
what action I should take if any? Thanks.


 
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Rene
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      12-21-2005
HI!
I have the same Problem to with about 100-1500 user....Function mode at my
Domain is 2003. Would be nice if someone has any suggestion.
Thank you very much.

"webby" wrote:

> I started getting event ID 1955 the other day on only 1 DC. Since then it
> has been happening every few days, one 1955 event logged like every 2 days or
> so. The text of the event follows:
>
> Active Directory encountered a write conflict when applying replicated
> changes to the following object.
>
> Object:
> CN=ROBERT SMITH,OU=Users,OU=Sales,OU= Inside,DC=DC1,DC=xxxxxxxxxxxxx,DC=org
> Time in seconds:
> 0
>
> Event log entries preceding this entry will indicate whether or not the
> update was accepted.
>
> A write conflict can be caused by simultaneous changes to the same object or
> simultaneous changes to other objects that have attributes referencing this
> object. This commonly occurs when the object represents a large group with
> many members, and the functional level of the forest is set to Windows 2000.
> This conflict triggered additional retries of the update. If the system
> appears slow, it could be because replication of these changes is occurring.
>
> User Action
> Use smaller groups for this operation or raise the functional level to
> Windows Server 2003.
>
>
> We are a child domain and our functional level is not set to Windows 2003 as
> of yet. I have googled this event and EventID.net etc, but I have not be able
> to find anything definitive. I have also received event ID 1083 twice:
>
> Active Directory could not update the following object with changes received
> from the domain controller at the following network address because Active
> Directory was busy processing information.
>
> Object:
> CN=JOE BROWN,CN=Users,DC=DC1,DC=xxxxxxxxxxxx,DC=org
> Network address:
> d7f787fa-c111-4f3b-9b64-695e79d36650._msdcs.xxxxxxxxx.org
>
> This operation will be tried again later.
>
> I have only gotten the above event ID 1083 twice, once on the same day as
> the event ID 1955 and once several months ago. The event ID 1955 I have
> received around 4 times. Can anyone shed some light on this and let me know
> what action I should take if any? Thanks.
>
>

 
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