Mt collector failed updating

27-Nov-2019 04:37

If the database is 500Gb in size, that is 500Gb of database that needs to be copied across the network, plus the transaction log files and the content index for that database.This can add up to a lot of data that needs to travel across your network.First, the time required for the reseed to complete will depend on the size of the database and the network performance between the source and destination servers.By default the reseed will use the DAG member hosting the active database copy as the source.If the DAG members exist only within a single site connected by high speed LAN then this will not likely be a concern.However if the DAG members exist in multiple sites across a WAN then it may be more of an issue.Database copies may be in a failed state due to a variety of reasons, such as a hardware failure on the underlying storage system.After resolving the root cause of a failed database copy you then need to reseed the copy, which is a process that creates a new copy of the database by replicating the data from another DAG member that hosts a healthy copy.

You can also force it to check for new updates and apply them by using the Update Options button.When you are using an Office 365 installation or a Click-to-Run installation of Office 2013, Office 2016 or Office 2019, then the updates will not be offered via Windows Update but will be installed automatically.

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