How to Reseed Mailbox Database Copy

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How to Reseed a “Failed And Suspended” Mailbox Database Copy.

 

Updating, also known as seeding, is the process in which a copy of a mailbox database is added to another Mailbox server in a database availability group (DAG). The newly added copy becomes the baseline database for the passive copy into which log files copied from the active copy are replayed.

 

In this post I will walk through the steps of reseeding a “Failed and Suspended” mailbox database copy.

To start the process I will run the following cmdlet in EMS to list all Database Copies and their status.

Next we will start the seeding process, This example shows how to seed a copy of the database EXHDB09 on MBX2 using MBX1 as the source Mailbox server for the seed.

 

We can run the below cmdlet to verify if seeding is completed or still ongoing.

Alternative seeding cmdlets:

This example shows how to seed a copy of the database DB1 on MBX1.

This example shows how to seed a copy of the database DB1 on MBX1 using MBX2 as the source Mailbox server for the seed.

This example shows how to seed a copy of the database DB1 on MBX1 without seeding the content index catalog.

This example shows how to seed the content index catalog for the copy of the database DB1 on MBX1 without seeding the database file.

More information can be found on TechNet.

 

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