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automating passive database suspension and resume for exchange 2010

Posted on 2016-08-07
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Everyone morning i have to manually suspend passive database replication and then resume it again at the end of the day due to bandwidth constraints we are currently facing at our dag location. I am wondering if i can some how automate this with exchange powershell via windows scheduler? Please help. This will save me a lot of time.
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Have you turned on DAG replication compression? That may eliminate the problem. I also use QoS to give low priority to DAG replication traffic so that my other apps are not negatively affected by DAG replication.
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