Event 4017, MSExchnageIS

Once a day I get this Warning in my standalone Exchange 2016 CU9. I only get this warning for one of my databases.
Event 4017, MSExchnageIS
The Timed Events Processing is delayed for database 'DB-Name01'. (Oldest event: 8/26/2018 8:54:00 AM, Skipped Events: 0, Skipped mailboxes: 0)

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timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
If you exchange environment is healthy, I wouldn't worry about it. Just run the below tests and confirm your environment health, and if all is well, i wouldn't worry about it.

1. Test service health – use the Test-ServiceHealth cmdlet to verify that all required services are running on each server.
2. Test MAPI connectivity to every database – use the Test-MAPIConnectivity cmdlet to verify that all databases are mounted and accessible.
3. Check the database copy status for DAGs – use the Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus cmdlet to verify that all database copies, copy/replay queues, and content indexes are healthy.
4. Test replication health for DAGs – use the Test-ReplicationHealth cmdlet on each DAG member to verify replication health is good.
5. Check server component status – use Get-ServerComponent to verify that you have not left any servers in maintenance mode.

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Pavel MarinovCommercial Technical SupportCommented:
I can agree, if you have no negative effect on the System, even Microsoft Professional Support won't support it. You have to open a premier case for Root Cause Analysis.
timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
provided answer. closing ticket.
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