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Hi,
I have two w2k3 file servers running dfs and they have being done fine till i started getting these error message with event ids 13505,13555,13506 and 13505. Now

event 13505 states that "The file replication service has stopped after taking an assertion failure"

event 13555 states that "The File Replication Service is in an error state. Files will not replicate to or from one or all of the replica sets on this computer until the following recovery steps are performed:
 
 Recovery Steps:
 
 [1] The error state may clear itself if you stop and restart the FRS service. This can be done by performing the following in a command window:
 
    net stop ntfrs
    net start ntfrs
 
If this fails to clear up the problem then proceed as follows and so on.

Then Event 13506 states
The File Replication Service failed a consistency check
  (QKey != QUADZERO)
in "QHashInsertLock:" at line 696.
 
The File Replication Service will restart automatically at a later time. If this problem persists a subsequent entry in this event log describes the recovery procedure.
 For more information about the automatic restart right click on My Computer and then click on Manage, System Tools, Services, File Replication Service, and Recovery.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at

ThEN LASTLY EVENT 13508 states that
The File Replication Service is having trouble enabling replication from PPG-GT05 to PPK-KT05 for f:\data using the DNS name PPG-GT05.DATGY.COM. FRS will keep retrying.
Now this f:\data was a test dfs i that try some time back before setting up the current one. I took all the settings in the dfs for this data off but if i go in the registry on the PPK-KT05, I see a Replica set for that but nothing like that in the other server and the error messages are only coming up on this server and not on the other server. Can i delete this relica set and what can i do the get these errors off because now files are not being replicated for the current dfs.
 
 
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Take a very good look at the references imacgouf posted.  They will prove very helpful.  I just have one side note for you: I always try to avoid implementing DFS with file replication on DCs.  It's just caused me too many headaches with recurring corruption of the FRS Jet database.
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