AD Replication is occurring slowly Rule

Overridable Parameters

Parameter Name Default Value Description Override
Interval Seconds 900  
Log Success Event false  
Object Update Threshold 24  
Intersite Expected Max Latency 15  
Intrasite Expected Max Latency 5  
Monitor Domain NC true  
Monitor Config NC false  
Monitor Application Partitions true  
First Replication Period 24  
Change Injection Frequency 6  
Timeout Seconds 300  
Priority 1  
Severity 1  

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Summary

The AD Replication Monitoring monitor has determined that replication is occurring successfully, but it is occurring more slowly than expected.

Either the replication topology design expects changes to replicate more slowly than the threshold for this alert or the replication topology needs to be redesigned.

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Resolutions

Determine the expected worst-case, end-to-end replication latency for the entire forest. If necessary, adjust the script parameters to reflect this value.

If the threshold is set correctly, either something has failed in the replication path (other associated alerts identifying the problem will also have been generated) or the replication design as implemented in the configuration container will not achieve the desired replication speed and needs to be reconfigured.

Note: This alert directly affects how long password resets take to arrive at all domain controllers.

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See Also for Active Directory (AD) Monitoring Management Pack


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