strange Latency information when running DCDiag -v

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Andreas Wahlert, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. Hi List,

    i for routine testing purposes i have checked my domain (8 DC's win2003
    SP2) with "dcdiag -v".

    As a result i get the following output:

    * Replications Check
    * Replication Latency Check
    CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=int,DC=my
    Latency information for 13 entries in the vector were
    ignored.
    13 were retired Invocations. 0 were either:
    read-only replicas and are not verifiably latent, or dc's no longer
    replicating this nc. 0 had no latency information (Win2K DC).
    CN=Configuration,DC=int,DC=my
    Latency information for 13 entries in the vector were
    ignored.
    13 were retired Invocations. 0 were either:
    read-only replicas and are not verifiably latent, or dc's no longer
    replicating this nc. 0 had no latency information (Win2K DC).
    DC=int,DC=my
    Latency information for 13 entries in the vector were
    ignored.
    13 were retired Invocations. 0 were either:
    read-only replicas and are not verifiably latent, or dc's no longer
    replicating this nc. 0 had no latency information (Win2K DC).
    DC=ForestDnsZones,DC=int,DC=my
    Latency information for 10 entries in the vector were
    ignored.
    10 were retired Invocations. 0 were either:
    read-only replicas and are not verifiably latent, or dc's no longer
    replicating this nc. 0 had no latency information (Win2K DC).
    DC=DomainDnsZones,DC=int,DC=my
    Latency information for 10 entries in the vector were
    ignored.
    10 were retired Invocations. 0 were either:
    read-only replicas and are not verifiably latent, or dc's no longer
    replicating this nc. 0 had no latency information (Win2K DC).

    I don't have any problems in my domain. All tests are passed.

    Can some explain the meaning of this?? Is this a error??


    kind regads

    Andreas
     
    Andreas Wahlert, Nov 11, 2008
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  2. Hello Andreas,

    Run repadmin /showrepl, should result without any error, also you can use
    replmon to check replication.

    Best regards

    Meinolf Weber
     
    Meinolf Weber, Nov 11, 2008
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  3. Hi,

    i have done this. No errors. Everything is running fine.

    It would be interesting, to know what this means.
    I want to upgrade to win2008 AD. But if i have errors in the AD / AD
    Replication i'm a little bit scary about doing this??


    kind regards



    Andreas
     
    Andreas Wahlert, Nov 12, 2008
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