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Managing the Store & DAG: EXCERPT from Microsoft® Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out by Tony Redmond

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Stressed servers

Test servers tend to have fewer capable hardware and performance characteristics than production machines. It’s easy to stress these servers in a way you cannot stress production-quality systems. For this reason, it’s sometimes necessary to inform Managed Availability that a server is about to be stressed so that it doesn’t respond to the symptoms produced by the workload and attempt to rectify matters by restarting services or even restarting the server. This command informs Managed Availability that it should not take any actions if it detects a problem. In effect, you are flying under manual control:

Set-ServerComponentState -Identity ExServer1 -Component RecoveryActionsEnabled
-State Inactive -Requester Sidelined

To revert to ...

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