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Exchange 2010 DAG - List Active Databases

Posted on 2015-02-12
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I am monitoring our Exchange 2010 environment while our Exchange admin takes a couple of days off. We have 4 servers in a DAG and I am trying to list which database are native/assigned to each server ant not copies.

1) In the GUI when I click on a server it list all databases. Are the one's marked as true "Active" and "false are the copies. I have used the get-mailboxdatabasecopystatus command piping the information to select but want to make sure I am understanding the information correctly.

2) What is the difference between mounted and healthy?

I am just trying to check everything daily to make sure all is our while our Exchange admin is back.
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Hello,

1: Its the mount status : Active = yes / False is not mounted.

2: mounted is the active database, heartly means the database copy is successfull and can be mounted
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Thanks ..

We have 16 DB's yet I see one server list all DB's as False under "Is Active" does this mean all DB are passive copies?

I am finding this information under..

Server Configuration -> Mailboxes
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