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Replication Failure: Error 1130/"Not enough server storage . . . [message #161087] Tue, 15 September 2009 07:51 Go to next message
John Liles  is currently offline John Liles
Messages: 5
Registered: September 2009
Junior Member
If this question has been covered previously, I apologize for the duplicate
post; I did a search and couldn't find anything.

I have a recurring issue with replication in my Windows 2003 AD domain.
Almost every morning, I'll get a SCOM alert that a source server has failed
to generate changes. Checking the DC, I run repadmin /replsummary and get
output like this:

DC-05 01h:40m:42s 4 / 43 9 (1130) Not enough server...

In replmon, I find DCs with a red X on the replication partner in question,
and in the details window, the following is displayed:

Replication Failure: Changes have not been successfully replicated from
DC-05 for 8 attempt(s).
Replication Failure: The reason is: Not enough server storage is available
to process this command.

Efforts to force replication result in the same sort of error message.
After up to three hours or so, the issue clears and replication goes back to
normal until the next morning.

We have 12 DCs in six sites; all have the same amount of memory (4 GB), so I
don't see memory as a real issue. Also, the DC with the problem has been in
production for a year or two and this issue has just cropped up recently.

Has anyone see this issue before, or have any tips on how to resolve it? My
searches on TechNet and the premier support site haven't given me anything to
work with.

Thanks in advance for any clues.
--
JL
Re: Replication Failure: Error 1130/"Not enough server storage . . . [message #161088 is a reply to message #161087] Tue, 15 September 2009 08:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
pbbergs  is currently offline pbbergs  United States
Messages: 1024
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Sounds like you are out of disk space where ntds.dit resides. Do you have a
specific error message?

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Paul Bergson
MVP - Directory Services
MCTS, MCT, MCSE, MCSA, Security+, BS CSci
2008, 2003, 2000 (Early Achiever), NT4
Microsoft's Thrive IT Pro of the Month - June 2009

http://www.pbbergs.com

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"John Liles" <JohnLiles@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:4D32071B-01BB-4729-9289-935E03DD6200@microsoft.com...
> If this question has been covered previously, I apologize for the
> duplicate
> post; I did a search and couldn't find anything.
>
> I have a recurring issue with replication in my Windows 2003 AD domain.
> Almost every morning, I'll get a SCOM alert that a source server has
> failed
> to generate changes. Checking the DC, I run repadmin /replsummary and get
> output like this:
>
> DC-05 01h:40m:42s 4 / 43 9 (1130) Not enough server...
>
> In replmon, I find DCs with a red X on the replication partner in
> question,
> and in the details window, the following is displayed:
>
> Replication Failure: Changes have not been successfully replicated from
> DC-05 for 8 attempt(s).
> Replication Failure: The reason is: Not enough server storage is
> available
> to process this command.
>
> Efforts to force replication result in the same sort of error message.
> After up to three hours or so, the issue clears and replication goes back
> to
> normal until the next morning.
>
> We have 12 DCs in six sites; all have the same amount of memory (4 GB), so
> I
> don't see memory as a real issue. Also, the DC with the problem has been
> in
> production for a year or two and this issue has just cropped up recently.
>
> Has anyone see this issue before, or have any tips on how to resolve it?
> My
> searches on TechNet and the premier support site haven't given me anything
> to
> work with.
>
> Thanks in advance for any clues.
> --
> JL
Re: Replication Failure: Error 1130/"Not enough server storage . [message #161089 is a reply to message #161088] Tue, 15 September 2009 08:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
John Liles  is currently offline John Liles
Messages: 5
Registered: September 2009
Junior Member
There are no disk space issues on the DC in question.

The Directory Service event log is recording 1079 and 1699 error events,
both of which reference memory allocation failure. My searches for
background on these events haven't been fruitful.
--
JL


"Paul Bergson [MVP-DS]" wrote:

> Sounds like you are out of disk space where ntds.dit resides. Do you have a
> specific error message?
Re: Replication Failure: Error 1130/"Not enough server storage . [message #161090 is a reply to message #161089] Tue, 15 September 2009 08:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
pbbergs  is currently offline pbbergs  United States
Messages: 1024
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
I believe you can ignore 1079

Check the following:
http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=1699&eventno= 3629&source=NTDS
Replication&phase=1

And do the following, post any errors (Make sure not to expose any private
ip addresses). Also have you been having any other troubles which could
have led to this issue?

Run diagnostics against your Active Directory domain.

If you don't have the support tools installed, install them from your server
install disk.
d:\support\tools\setup.exe

Run dcdiag, netdiag and repadmin in verbose mode.
-> DCDIAG /V /C /D /E /s:yourdcname > c:\dcdiag.log
-> netdiag.exe /v > c:\netdiag.log (On each dc)
-> repadmin.exe /showrepl dc* /verbose /all /intersite > c:\repl.txt
-> ntfrsutl ds your_dc_name > c:\sysvol.log
-> dnslint /ad /s "ip address of your dc"

**Note: Using the /E switch in dcdiag will run diagnostics against ALL dc's
in the forest. If you have significant numbers of DC's this test could
generate significant detail and take a long time. You also want to take into
account slow links to dc's will also add to the testing time.

If you download a gui script I wrote it should be simple to set and run
(DCDiag and NetDiag). It also has the option to run individual tests without
having to learn all the switch options. The details will be output in
notepad text files that pop up automagically.

The script is located on my website at
http://www.pbbergs.com/windows/downloads.htm

Just select both dcdiag and netdiag make sure verbose is set. (Leave the
default settings for dcdiag as set when selected)

When complete search for fail, error and warning messages.

Description and download for dnslint
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321045

--
Paul Bergson
MVP - Directory Services
MCTS, MCT, MCSE, MCSA, Security+, BS CSci
2008, 2003, 2000 (Early Achiever), NT4
Microsoft's Thrive IT Pro of the Month - June 2009

http://www.pbbergs.com

Please no e-mails, any questions should be posted in the NewsGroup This
posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

"John Liles" <JohnLiles@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:655C829D-526D-43CC-8A2D-13FAA6354989@microsoft.com...
> There are no disk space issues on the DC in question.
>
> The Directory Service event log is recording 1079 and 1699 error events,
> both of which reference memory allocation failure. My searches for
> background on these events haven't been fruitful.
> --
> JL
>
>
> "Paul Bergson [MVP-DS]" wrote:
>
>> Sounds like you are out of disk space where ntds.dit resides. Do you
>> have a
>> specific error message?
>
Re: Replication Failure: Error 1130/"Not enough server storage . [message #161093 is a reply to message #161090] Tue, 15 September 2009 10:18 Go to previous message
John Liles  is currently offline John Liles
Messages: 5
Registered: September 2009
Junior Member
Thanks for the detailed response! I'll try these diagnostics.
--
JL


"Paul Bergson [MVP-DS]" wrote:

> I believe you can ignore 1079
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