Exchange 2010 Database Discovery Problem

Last post 07-26-2010, 9:36 AM by SReents. 3 replies.
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  • Exchange 2010 Database Discovery Problem
    Posted: 07-26-2010, 4:16 AM

    Hi,

    in our environment we are using 1 DAG with 2 DB and 1 PF store.

    Today I installed on the active node (where all DBs are actually mounted) the exchange 2010 DB Agent, with all the required updates (SP4, 16377, 17901).

    But my problem is now, that the content discovery only discovers the PF database and one mailbox database instead of 2.

    is there any configuration which I have overseen?

    br from Austria,

     

  • Re: Exchange 2010 Database Discovery Problem
    Posted: 07-26-2010, 8:15 AM

    I know you mentioned all the stores are mounted on this server, but can you please doublecheck just to be sure?  Typically if stores are not being discovered that means that they do not have a mounted copy on that node.  It could help if you let us know the names of each of the nodes, and provide the output of this powershell command

    "get-mailboxdatabasecopystatus"


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  • Re: Exchange 2010 Database Discovery Problem
    Posted: 07-26-2010, 9:33 AM

    SReents:

    I know you mentioned all the stores are mounted on this server, but can you please doublecheck just to be sure?  Typically if stores are not being discovered that means that they do not have a mounted copy on that node.  It could help if you let us know the names of each of the nodes, and provide the output of this powershell command

    "get-mailboxdatabasecopystatus"

    you were right, the 2nd DB was not correctly mounted.

    anyway, thanks for help and the fast response.

    br,

  • Re: Exchange 2010 Database Discovery Problem
    Posted: 07-26-2010, 9:36 AM

    no problem.  glad it was an easy fix !


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