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What Event ID get generated when active database moves in DAG?

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I am trying to figure out what event IDs (if more than one) gets generated when active mailbox copy moves to another server?
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If it's a wanted activation of another copy you should start by getting ESE event ID 102
then a MSeschangeIS event ID saying that mailbox database mount is complete for <database gui>, followed by a couple more events.
my recommendation is to filter the application log for ESE type events. also please see this article:
http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2010/monitoring-operations/monitor-dag-database-failover.html
you might want to use the CollectOverMetrics.ps1 exchange scripts, available on the exchange scripts folder.
you may also want to go on the event viewer to Applications and services -> microsoft -> high availability
hope that helps
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