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Posted on 2007-12-03
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HI

I am running DFS and all is working well. I now want to setup replication so to ring back files from branch office for backup purposes. i follows the wizard and the replication schedule all seemed to work well. When i click check topology its says all server can communicate. However i left it to run all weekend and i checked today it had only replicated a very small portition of the directories. for example im trying to replicate 4 folders each folder about 5GB in size and it only replicated about 250MB of each 5gb folder. Now the bandwidth should be ok as the wan links have no traffic over the weekend.

any ideas?

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balmasri earned 500 total points
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Check the size of the staging folder and read the link
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=819268
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i have looked through this and dont think its the problem, the dfs replicaion log keeps gettings red ones eveint id 6002
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the staging folder was set to the default size of 4GB i upped this to 10GB but it made little difference
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