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Mailbox export request is stuck in "Queued" status

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Hi everyone.
I have a problem exporting mailboxes to pst, all requests are get to queue and remains there with Queued status.
I've seen multiple guides telling the I need to restart MRS service on CAS servers, but no salvation from this point.
I have tried restarting the MRS, the CAS servers, MBX servers...nothing, old request and newly created requests are Queued and not processing anymore.

Please advise.
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Confirm if your exchange server is in DAG environment ? If yes check if your DAG replication is in good state and no issues persists related to DAG.

What does the event logs says about the export request? Does it logs any events.
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It was indeed database issue that was in bad health.
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Webox_Support : Can you elaborate more on the issue with database and steps you took to resolve it. It may help some one in need in future if he come across this page.
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