MsExchange Blog Spot Telnet25

March 26, 2014

Exchange Server Back Pressure

Filed under: General — telnet25 @ 9:01 pm

Back pressure is a resource monitoring feature with Exchange servers which build into Transport service. ( Mailbox Servers ) The idea is to have Exchange Server detect the issues and take necessary action so the messaging servers wont be completely un available.

There are 4 event ID associated with correlating events and actions messaging server would perform.

Figuring out such event can be very usefully when back pressure becomes the issue.

# Explain event descriptions
Write-Host "————————–                              ——————————"
Write-Host "Event ID 15004 = Resource pressure increased" -Fore Cyan
Write-Host "Event ID 15005 = Resource pressure decreased" -Fore Cyan
Write-Host "Event ID 15006 = Low available disk space" -Fore Yellow
Write-Host "Event ID 15007 = Low available memory" -Fore Yellow
Write-Host "—————————                                  ————————"

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To automate the process we have developed PS script. You can download from TechNet scripting library.

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Special thanks to Benjamin Bohn for taking his time and turning my simple script into great resource script.

Stay tuned until next time.

Best regards,
Oz Casey , Dedeal
MCITP (EMA), MCITP (SA)
MCSE 2003, M+, S+, MCDST
Security+, Project +, Server +
Http://smtp25.blogspot.com (Blog)
Http://telnet25.wordpress.com (Blog)

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