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I have a 2003/2008 DCs environment and am getting replication errors.  It appears that both servers are in a journal wrap state.  None of MS white articles at this point have helped.

Server 2008 error codes include event id 13568/source ntfrs,
SErver 2003 error code include event id 13508/source ntfrs,

Any insight will be greatly appreciated, thanks.
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Journal Wrap is fixed by a Burflags D2 re-initialization:

KB290762: Using the BurFlags registry key to reinitialize File Replication Service replica sets

I've done it _a lot_ with no issues at all.

I do suggest taking a System State backup of your FSMO Role holder prior to making any changes though.
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