• Management Pack:  Exchange Server
  • MP Version:  14.02.0071.0 for Exchange Server 2010
  • Released:  4/6/2011
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Database Search Copy Indexed Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.DatabaseSearchCopy
  • Description:  Per database copy health of the index
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Entity
    Logical Entity
    Application Component
    Windows Application Component
    Component
    Mailbox Component
    Database Search Copy Indexed

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
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Forensic: Stagnation of events in notification queue has been detected. Forensic: Database copy encountered a serious I/O error (active lost flush) that may have affected all copies of the database. Forensic: Database copy encountered a serious I/O error (lost flush) that may have affected all copies of the database. Forensic: Local database copy encountered a serious I/O error (active lost flush) that may have affected all copies of the database. Forensic: The database engine has consumed 99% of the 'b-trees' resource (87048 used out of a maximum of 87696) for the database. Forensic: Overall Health Forensic: Overall Health KHI: Detected catalog corruption. KHI: Detected indexing backlog on search catalog. KHI: Detected indexing stall on search catalog. KHI: Indexing backlog >2 day for 60 min: Please restart the MS Search (Exchange) and Microsoft Exchange Search Indexer services. KHI: Indexing stall >1 hr for 30 min. KHI: Number of items in retry table has been more than 30000 for 30 minutes. KHI: Reseed of catalog failed. KHI: The local database copy experienced an index corruption. Please reseed the catalog by using the Update-MailboxDatabaseCopy cmdlet with the -CatalogOnly parameter. KHI: A database copy experienced a failure that can't be corrected. The database copy may terminate replication or dismount. KHI: A database experienced a hard I/O error in NTFS. NTFS failed to allow the creation of a file as part of a failover. KHI: A failure was detected that may impact all copies of the database. Automatic recovery failed. The database should be dismounted. KHI: A failure was detected that may impact all copies of the database. The database has been dismounted. KHI: A lost flush on the active copy was detected by a passive database copy. KHI: A lost flush on the active database copy was detected by the passive database copy on the local server. KHI: A memory allocation failure affected a database copy on the local server. The database copy may terminate replication or dismount. KHI: A memory allocation failure affected a database copy on the local server. The database copy may terminate replication or dismount. KHI: A serious I/O error (lost flush) was detected on a database copy. All copies of the database may be affected. KHI: An error has terminated operation of a database copy. Operation of the database copy is being restarted. KHI: An error has terminated operation of a local database copy. Operation of the local database copy is being restarted. KHI: Corrupted log files exist on a database copy outside the database's required log range. A successful failover restored service. KHI: Corrupted log files exist on a database copy outside the database's required log range. Recovery was unsuccessful. KHI: Corrupted log files exist on a database copy within the database's required log range. A successful failover restored service. KHI: Corrupted log files exist on a database copy within the database's required log range. Recovery was unsuccessful. KHI: Database copy encountered a serious I/O error. Automatic repair failed. The copy will be dismounted or marked as FailedAndSuspended. KHI: Database copy encountered serious I/O error. If this was the active copy, failover was successful. Copy set to FailedAndSuspended KHI: Hard I/O error will dismount or terminate replication for the database copy on the local server. KHI: Hard I/O error will dismount or terminate replication on a database copy. KHI: Low or out of disk space will dismount or terminate replication on a database copy. KHI: The database copy experienced a failure that can't be corrected. Recovery was unsuccessful. The database might be dismounted. KHI: The database copy is experiencing an unusually high log generation checkpoint depth for a sustained period of at least 15 minutes. KHI: The database copy is experiencing an unusually high log generation checkpoint depth for a sustained period of at least 15 minutes. KHI: The database copy is experiencing an unusually high log generation rate (bytes written/second) for a sustained period of at least 15 minutes. KHI: The database copy is experiencing an unusually high log generation rate (bytes written/second) for a sustained period of at least 15 minutes. KHI: The local database copy contains corruption. This problem can be corrected by reseedng the database copy. The database copy will terminate replication or dismount. KHI: The local database copy contains corruption. This problem can be corrected by reseedng the database copy. The database copy will terminate replication or dismount. KHI: There is a configuration problem on a database copy, or a file or directory is missing due to a storage failure. KHI: There is a configuration problem on a database copy, or a file or directory is missing due to a storage failure. The attempted failover was unsuccessful. KHI: This database has had only one healthy copy for over 20 minutes of the last hour. KHI: An I/O error that may be repaired by a single page restore has affected the database copy on the local server. KHI: An I/O error that may be repaired by a single page restore has affected the database copy. KHI: A storage performance problem is affecting the database copy on the local server. Client performance may be affected. KHI: A storage performance problem is affecting the database copy. Client performance may be affected. KHI: Detected deadlock of search services. KHI: MS Search (Exchange) has reached the allocated memory cap. KHI: msftesql: Process Processor Time > 75 percent KHI: Restart of search services failed. KHI: The Microsoft Exchange Search Indexer service (MSExchangeSearch) is not running. KHI: The Microsoft Search (Exchange) service (msftesql-Exchange) has restarted more than 5 times within 30 minutes. KHI: Troubleshooter failed. KHI: Failed to run the Test-ExchangeSearch diagnostic cmdlet. Per database copy health of the index Mailbox Database copy's overall integrity is represented by this object. Database copy's overall integrity is represented by this object but the issues in question want to be alerted per server. Health of the Exchange content indexing service

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Properties

Display Name Description
Component Name (Key)  
Display Name Display name of monitoring object.
Instance Name  
Suppress Alert  

Discovered By

Name Description
Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.MdbOwningServerLocalEntityDiscoveryRule  
Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.MdbOwningServerRemoteEntityDiscoveryRule  

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.DatabaseSearchCopy.References.Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.DatabaseService Database Search Copy Indexed Reference
Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.DatabaseSearchCopy.Contains.Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.DatabaseCopyCorruption Database Search Copy Indexed Membership
Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.DatabaseSearchCopy.Contains.Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.DatabaseCopyIntegritySuppression Database Search Copy Indexed Membership
Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.DatabaseSearchCopy.Contains.Microsoft.Exchange.2010.Mailbox.ContentIndexingService Database Search Copy Indexed Membership
Entity Watched By Perspective Entity Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
Microsoft.Exchange.2010.MailboxRole.Hosts.Microsoft.Exchange.2010.MailboxComponent Mailbox Component Hosting

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