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Pb de synchronisation DSF server ( Recreation de folder apres suppression) RRS feed

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  • Bonjour

    nous avons deux servers 2012 en configuration DFS pour la replication de fichiers, notre soucis et que le owner d'un dossier des qu'il supprime un folder oiu un fichier apres un temps le dossier reaprait sur le server en question ,

    comment verifier la replication ou bien comment supprimé cette config svp

    mon test était de supprimé un dossier comme admin local pas de recreation !

    merci


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    mardi 15 mai 2018 07:13

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  • Bonjour,

    Pour commencer, pouvez vous lancer les rapport dfsr dans la console svp et nous dire si un problème est détecté ?


    Merci de marquer comme reponses les interventions qui vous ont ete utile.

    mardi 15 mai 2018 07:21
  • Bonjour

    sur quelle option sle rapport svp health, propagation test ou propagation report ?

    merci d'avance


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    mardi 15 mai 2018 09:17
  • Bonjour

    WARNINGS (There are 3 warnings to report)
         
    <v:vmlframe class="er1a" src="#Warn1"></v:vmlframe> Pre-existing content is not replicated and is consuming disk
    space.
      Affected replicated folders: DATA
      Description: During the initial replication process for replicated folder DATA, the DFS
    Replication service identified pre-existing local content that was not present
    on the primary member and moved the content to E:\DATA\DfsrPrivate\PreExisting.
    The DfsrPrivate\Preexisting folder is a hidden system folder that is located
    under the local path of the replicated folder. Content in the
    DfsrPrivate\PreExisting folder will not be replicated to other members of the
    replication group, nor will the content be deleted by the DFS Replication
    service during any automatic clean-up.
      Last occurred:

    Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 10:18:55 AM (GMT1:00)
      Suggested action: If you want this content to be replicated to other members, move the content
    into the replicated folder outside of the DfsrPrivate folder. If you want to
    reclaim this disk space, delete the pre-existing content in the PreExisting
    folder.
         
    <v:vmlframe class="er1a" src="#Warn1"></v:vmlframe> This member is waiting for initial replication for replicated
    folder DATA.
      Affected replicated folders: DATA


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    mardi 15 mai 2018 10:27
  • bonjour

    voila le rapport

    slts


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    mardi 15 mai 2018 10:28
  • erreur sur le 2zm nœud

    <v:vmlframe class="pm1" src="#Minus"></v:vmlframe><v:vmlframe class="er1" src="#Warn1"></v:vmlframe> WARNINGS
    (There are 2 warnings to report)
         
    <v:vmlframe class="er1a" src="#Warn1"></v:vmlframe> Pre-existing content is not replicated and is consuming disk
    space.
      Affected replicated folders: DATA
      Description: During the initial replication process for replicated folder DATA, the DFS
    Replication service identified pre-existing local content that was not present
    on the primary member and moved the content to E:\DATA\DfsrPrivate\PreExisting.
    The DfsrPrivate\Preexisting folder is a hidden system folder that is located
    under the local path of the replicated folder. Content in the
    DfsrPrivate\PreExisting folder will not be replicated to other members of the
    replication group, nor will the content be deleted by the DFS Replication
    service during any automatic clean-up.
      Last occurred:

    Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 11:29:36 AM (GMT1:00)
      Suggested action: If you want this content to be replicated to other members, move the content
    into the replicated folder outside of the DfsrPrivate folder. If you want to
    reclaim this disk space, delete the pre-existing content in the PreExisting
    folder.
         
    <v:vmlframe class="er1a" src="#Warn1"></v:vmlframe> This member is waiting for initial replication for replicated
    folder DATA.
      Affected replicated folders: DATA
      Description: This member is waiting for initial replication for replicated folder DATA
    and is not currently participating in replication. This delay can occur because
    the member is waiting for the DFS Replication service to retrieve replication
    settings from Active Directory Domain Services. After the member detects that it
    is part of replication group, the member will begin initial replication.
      Last occurred:

    Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 11:29:36 AM (GMT1:00)
      Suggested action: Replication will begin after initial replication is complete. If this state
    does not change, see The Microsoft Web Site


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    mardi 15 mai 2018 10:30
  • une idée svp, apparemment le cluster point sur le server A et les user modifies sur le b sachant qu'ils accedent sur la virtuelle , comment faire svp ?

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    • Modifié Nabil-IT mercredi 16 mai 2018 06:55
    mardi 15 mai 2018 10:45
  • Bonjour

    pour le moment , nous avons désactiver la réplication, la partage point sur le nœud principal pour ne pas pénaliser les ends users

    après des vérifications, les dossiers qui ne synchronisent pas c'étaient des dossiers ou l'héritage a été cassé

    sur le nœud 2

    merci    


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    jeudi 17 mai 2018 09:42
  • Bonjour

    des idée svp, apres investigation , j'ai remarqué que le namespace du partage avait comme accès lecture seulement pour all user, j'ai ajouté les acces du coup le partage aparait sur les end user sachant que nous avons la config enumerate activée mon souci c'est que sur quelque dissossier partagé j'ai des acces qui 'apparaissent pas sur les end user alors

    \\dfs-01\partage ==> Ok

    \\dfs-02\partage ==> Ok

    mais \\dfs\partage qui pointe sur les deux nœuds, quelque accès sautent et pourtant sur le physique 1 et 2 le partage des deux noued c'est ok

    merci d'avance


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    mercredi 23 mai 2018 07:19