Exchange 2013 DAG Error: The seeding operation failed. Error: An error occurred while performing the seed operation.


Exchange 2013 DAG Error: The seeding operation failed. Error: An error occurred while performing the seed operation.

Error: Failed to open a log truncation context to source server ‘Server1.Mail.Com’. Hresult: 0xc7ff1004. Error: Error returned from an ESE function call (-1305).

 Solution:

  • Remove the Passive copy database from the passive node: Remove-MailboxDatabaseCopy <Database ID\Passive Server Name>
  • Rename the log folder and database folder path: Add-MailboxDatabaseCopy -Identity <Database ID> -MailboxServer <Passive Server Name> -ActivationPreference <Number> -Verbose
  • Dismount the active database again : DisMount-MailboxDatabase <Database ID>
  • Mount the active database again: Mount-MailboxDatabase <Database ID>
  • Add the passive copy database
  • Check the database copy status: Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus <Database ID>
  • If still fails wait for few minutes then run update the database: Update-MailboxDatabaseCopy <Database ID\Passive Server Name> -Database only
  • Then update the catalog file: Update-MailboxDatabaseCopy <Database ID\Passive Server Name> -Catalog only
  • Check out the database it should be healthy state: Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus <Database ID>
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About Raji Subramanian

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One Response to Exchange 2013 DAG Error: The seeding operation failed. Error: An error occurred while performing the seed operation.

  1. Andy Cippico says:

    Thanks for this, but do you know why it happens?

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