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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability by Nuno Mota

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Automatically recovering after storage failures

Exchange 2013 further improves the bug check behavior introduced in Exchange 2010 by including features that allow for self-recovery when certain failures happen. It now checks for excessive memory use by the Replication service and long I/O times, among other checks.

As an example, because the Crimson channel is a crucial component for normal operations, the Replication service checks every 30 seconds if it can be accessed. If the Crimson channel is not available, maybe due to a failure with the event channel for example, the Replication service tries to recover the server by rebooting it, which triggers a failover.

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Windows Server 2012 has two categories of event logs: the traditional Windows ...

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