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File Replication

Posted on 2005-04-11
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Last Modified: 2010-10-11

I managed to sort out the replication problem and it's been fine, however i received this message and have been for 3 days now but i am not sure what it is "the servic is running"

"Timeout (30000 milliseconds) waiting for a transaction response from the NtFrs service."

Please help
Question by:hitechauto
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sciwriter earned 750 total points
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Are you just getting "notification" messages, or are they actual errors that stop the File Replication service?  A lot of these services fill up logs quickly, and are intended for notification purposes, see here for details --


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The message appears in the even viewer with the error message that i posted to you.

Thats about all i am getting!
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Sorry I only just got back to this -- if it is just an info message, don't worry about it.  If a STOP error, then yes, we need to fix it.  It suggests that the File replication service is experiencing delays across the network, and 30 seconds is a typical time out for MS networking calls, but without more details as to where it is replicating, it might be hard to track.  I will look for some more info and post.  Let me know that you have not dropped the thread....

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