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How to fix alerts on libraries in Sharepoint 2010?

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The alerts are not working properly on my Sharepoint 2010 document libraries.  If I sign up for the library to alert me, I get the inital email for signing up.  However, when anything changes in the document library I do not get notified via the alert email.  I have ran the stsadm commands to get that the alerts are active and they setup.  Any thoughts?
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Does your library contain managed metadata columns?
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I rebooted our search server and the alerts starting coming back through.
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I rebooted our search server and the alerts starting coming back through.
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