A long running inbound replication has finished. The elapsed time was %1 minutes. The operation was %2, and the options were %3. The status of the operation was: %4 The operation specific arguments are: Parameter 1:%5 Parameter 2:%6 KCC. A long running replication may also occur for a system that has been down, or a partition that has been out of touch for an extended period. The record data is the status code.

Details
Product: Windows Operating System
Event ID: 1580
Source: Active Directory
Version: 5.0
Symbolic Name: DIRLOG_DRA_REPLICATION_FINISHED
Message: A long running inbound replication has finished. The elapsed time was %1 minutes. The operation was %2, and the options were %3. The status of the operation was: %4 The operation specific arguments are: Parameter 1:%5 Parameter 2:%6 KCC. A long running replication may also occur for a system that has been down, or a partition that has been out of touch for an extended period. The record data is the status code.
   
Explanation

This is an Active Directory internal event. Internal events appear in Event Viewer only when the default logging level is changed. Most internal events are for informational purposes only. This event is logged when a long-running Active Directory inbound replication task finishes with the parameters specified in the message.

A long-running replication task may also occur when a system has been unavailable or a directory partition has been unavailable for an extended period of time. A long-running replication task may indicate a large number of updates or a number of complex updates occurring at the source domain controller. Performing these updates during non-critical times may prevent replication delays.

A long-running replication task is normal a new directory partition is added to Active Directory. This can occur because of a new installation, global catalog promotion, or a connection generated by Knowledge Consistency Checker (KCC).

   
User Action

No user action is required.

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