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How can we Increase the pending timeout of System Attendant

dear All,

How can we Increase the pending timeout of System Attendant and Information Store for Exchange 2007 SCC cluster installed on windows 2008?

Also, How we can disabled TCP/IP offloading on windows 2008?

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To see the pending timeout on a database resource you can run the following:
Cluster /res <SGName/DBName (CMSName) > /prop

For Example:

C:\>cluster res "First Storage Group/Mailbox Database (MR-SCC-Mail1)" /prop Listing properties for 'First Storage Group/Mailbox Database (MR-SCC-Mail1)': T Resource Name Value
You can also set the value through the command line with the following:

cluster res "First Storage Group/Mailbox Database (MR-SCC-Mail1)" /prop PendingTimout=150000

Updated Information:

Testing has been done and it has been recomended to make the Database Resource
time, 5 Minutes or 300 seconds.

For the System Attendant, i believe you can just list the system attendant resource name instead of the storage group\database resource name. Same for the I.S. resource name.


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