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Hi guys,

Following recent updates and reboots of our 2012R2 Hyper-V Servers we are seeing errors in the replication status as follows:

 

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This seems to be a new issue and there is little online regarding it. The main thread we could find is here:

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/ie/en-US/6d487ba7-adb6-49fe-8525-e8d88af91bbd/replication-health-time-duration?forum=winserverhyperv

But as yet we have not found any definitive fix. Anyone have any ideas on how we can resolve this? The normal replication cycles are at 100% so we believe that at least the core replication is still working ok (?), but we would like to resolve whatever is causing this issue.

 

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Is there anything in the event viewer?
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A few normal errors, but nothing specific. We have several separate Domains and are seeing the issue start to appear over the past few weeks following updates. Seems to be a lack of an answer to this at the moment, so if you have any ideas 😉
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I usually tell people to google error messages because it rare that you are the first to experience it. However, there are some cases & yours might be one of them where that doesn't apply. You are one of the first if not the first. It's amazing how updates still cause more problems than they fix & they wonder why they "got a lot of flack" for forced updates. Some things never change.
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After further investigation I found that if I disable the VSS option as below, the issues goes away. If I enable it, it returns.
This is happening an several totally separate Domains now. I am suprised how little info there is on this error unless it is maybe a 
new bug?

 

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Certainly a new update can create a new bug. As you know, one of the guidelines to make a bug report is that you should be able to reproduce it which you probably can do.  However, if you don't need VSS checked, leave it alone & forget about the bug.
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