Archive for July, 2013

 

This Alert occurs in 2008 R2 Servers

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Alert: Active Directory cannot update object due to insufficient memory
Last modified by: System
Last modified time: 7/18/2013 1:02:10 PM
Alert description: Active Directory Domain Services could not update the following object in the local Active Directory Domain Services database with changes received from the following source directory service. Active Directory Domain Services does not have enough database version store to apply the changes.

User Action

Restart this directory service. If this does not solve the problem, increase the size of the database version store. If you are populating the objects with a large number of values, or the size of the values is especially large, decrease the size of future changes.

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Additional Data

Reboot will clear the version table but it does nothing to identify or resolve the core issue.

The version store has reached its maximum size because of unresponsive transaction. Updates to database are rejected until the long-running transaction is omitted or rolled back. TechNet suggested looking for event IDs-1022, 1069,623 and none of these event ids could be found in event viewer.

Resolution:

Below is the solution but it is your own risk to change registry setting.

 Backup the Registry before Proceeding

 

  1. Update ‘Version Store Size’ (the Ops Mgr Agent queue/cache Db) by using Regedit to change  “HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\HealthService\Parameters\”Persistence Version Store Maximum”. 
    Value should be 5120 (decimal) (equates to 80MB).
  2. Update value for ‘MaximumQueueSizeKb’ in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\HealthService\Parameters\Management Groups\<ManagementGroupName> Value should be 102400 (decimal)

 “Please reboot the server”

Check in the Event Viewer for Event ID 1394 “All Problems preventing updates to the Active Directory Domain Services database have been cleared. New Updates to the Active Directory Domain Services database are succeeding. The Net Logon service has restarted”

You can find this event in “Directory Services” Log of the Domain Controller.

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Issue:

This kind of issue is basically related to Task Scheduler, Normally you observe that the Tasks are not running as scheduled, when you try to check the properties of task, you get this error.

TaskSCerror

When you click “Ok”, you get the Properties of the task, but nothing works even though you make the changes.

Note: Backup all the information related to Logon Credentials used to run the specified tasks.

Resolution:

You need to clear the folder “S-1-5-18”

You can find the folder in the below location:

“C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA”

RSA Folder

 

S1518

Once you have deleted the folder, you can go back to Tasks and open the task properties, this time you won’t get the error.

Make sure to re-enter the logon credentials used to run the tasks.