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Exchange 2010 with DAG and DR scenario

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Hi experts
i have two Exchange 2010 servers configured in a DAG (A & B)
one of them is replicated to my DRS (B), through storage replication
when the replicated one is the active MBX server (B), everything works fine when i am testing my DRS (in an isolated environment)
But, when the non replicated server is active (A), when i recover the replicated (B) and test it i can not activate the database copy. The queue length is too big !
i got a message saying : Error getting mailbox database copy status from server "A". You can use -SkipActiveCopyChecks to skip this validation

Please can you assist ?
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Dear all,
thank you for your time
after a lot of digging, i found the following solution :
Move-ActiveMailboxDatabase -Identity "MDB" -ActivateOnServer "B" -MountDialOverride:BestEffor -SkipActiveCopyChecks -SkipClientExperienceChecks -SkipHealthChecks

bypass cheks and the problem with the big queue
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