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"Move All Replicas" not finishing after 14 hours

Posted on 2007-11-15
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I'm in the process of moving public folders from 2003 to 2007.  All but 4 folders have moved out of 100s.  These four folders of relatively small size have been sitting with out any file size changes for more than 10 hours now.  The Event Viewer is not reporting anything unusual.  The replication status shows 2 replicas on the folders in question with a stauts of "Local Modified." on them. Am I being impatient or is this unusual?
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Replication status should be ignored. It doesn't show the true extent of the replication. The only that you can use is item count.
14 hours for public folder replication? Not unusual. I usually leave it a week before I get worried.

Simon.
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