NoteWhen this issue occurs, there is no information that indicates a front-end server is in the Queue Full state in the Event Logs or the Performance Monitor counters. To determine whether the "Queue Full" issue has occurred, you must enable the Lync Server 2013 logging for UserServices. If FailureCode:9 is in the log, the Queue Full issue has occurred. The More Information section describes the simplest method to determine whether the front-end server is in the Queue Full state by using the Centralized Logging Service (CLS).
- Start Lync Server Management Shell, and then run the following command:
Start-CsClsLogging -Scenario AlwaysOn
- Starts CLS Logging for the following Providers:
Start-CsClsLogging -Scenario HADR -Duration 0:10:0
- Wait for 10 minutes, then run the following command:
Start-Sleep -Seconds 600
- Search and retrieve the logs. To do this, run the following command:
Search-CsClsLogging -LogLevel Verbose -OutputFilePath " $env:USERPROFILE\Documents\hadr.txt" –Components UserServices –Verbose
- Determine whether the logs contain FailureCode:9. To do this, run the following command:
Get-Content " $env:USERPROFILE\Documents\hadr.txt " | Select-String "FailureCode:9"Or, you can open the file (hadr,txt), and then search for FailureCode:9.
Article ID: 2983199 - Last Review: Aug 7, 2014 - Revision: 1