NTFRS Event 13568

Posted on 2009-04-21
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I've recently taken over administration on a new server that has many entries in the File Replication log of 13568. However, it is an SBS server and I don't see why it should be trying to replicate with any other server. I've been finding some fairly scary notes on this error so what is the best way to investigate the cause of this?
Question by:lbc_matt
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    Assisted Solution

    That's a journal wrap error.
    In the description of the error in the event log, it gives the solution to the issue.
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    Accepted Solution

    If some point there was a another DC on the network and it wasn't demote right then this could cause the problems as well. You will need to run a metadata cleanup to remove those lingering objects.

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