Replication warning: The directory replication agent (DRA) couldn’t update object with changes made by directory because of error . The Site Replication service will try to update the object later. If this condition persists, try to free more disk space or stop and restart this Microsoft Exchange Server computer.

Details
Product: Exchange
Event ID: 1082
Source: MSExchangeSRS
Version: 6.5.7638.0
Component: Microsoft Exchange Site Replication Service
Message: Replication warning: The directory replication agent (DRA) couldn’t update object <object name> with changes made by directory <directory name> because of error <error code>. The Site Replication service will try to update the object later. If this condition persists, try to free more disk space or stop and restart this Microsoft Exchange Server computer.
   
Explanation

This event is logged when Exchange Server tries to update an object with changes from the specified directory. This event can occur if a disk is full or if a disk error has occurred. This event can also occur because there is no network connectivity.

   
User Action

To resolve this replication error, try one or more of the following procedures:

  • Check network connectivity. For information about troubleshooting network connectivity, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base article, “How to troubleshoot network connectivity problems” (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=3052&kbid=325487).
  • Increase the diagnostics logging setting for replication and knowledge consistency checking. Examine the event log for other events that occur immediately before or after Event 1082. For example, if MSExchangeSRS Event 1171 is logged, in Event Viewer, click the URL at the bottom of the event description for information about the cause and resolution of that event. Alternatively, you can access information about MSExchangeSRS Event 1171 at the Exchange 2003 Events and Errors Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=26016).
  • Check to see if a disk drive on the server is full. If the disk is full, delete any unnecessary files.
  • If you suspect a disk error, run Chkdsk. For information about Chkdsk, see Windows Server Help.

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