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Exchange 2010 Move Request Queues stuck

Posted on 2010-09-08
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Hi there,

On my Exchange 2010 SP1 server we've got a bunch of move requests that are in the "queued" state. I have removed them and re-requested the moves, but no matter what they do not start. There are no other moves in the list. Everything was working fine and then all of a sudden this happened. I have restarted the server several times.

Any ideas?
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What do you mean "there are no other moves in the list"?

By default, Exchange will only process 4 move requests at a time. That can be changed (but I'd have to look up the command to do that).
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I mean that there are no other move requests on the list.
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Okay, I just moved the active database to another server and cleared out fails. It now works.
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