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Names.nsf not replicating in a cluster: 2 Local replicas found.

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I'm running a cluster with 2 Domino R8 servers both on Windows 2003 SP2.

Everything is replicating OK apart from names.nsf. The console shows an error:

names.nsf has not replicated for 40 hours with any serve.
nsfdbgetreplicamatches: 2 local replicas
names.nsf
notes\data\names.nsf


notes\data is the path of my domino data directory.
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Sjef Bosman earned 500 total points
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My suggestion:
- stop the server with the double replica database
- rename names.nsf to names.old (leave the one in the data directory)
- restart the server
- force a replication of names.nsf (e.g. from the console or Admin client)
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by:gcousins
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You are right, as always! I don't know how it got there but there a another \notes\data in notes\data. The second data folder has a names.nsf in it. It looks like it got created when I created the cluster.
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