Last post Jul 19, 2007 01:36 AM by PowerK6
Jul 18, 2007 05:15 AM|PowerK6|LINK
in HMC4.0, how to remove/modify exchange resource?
under C:\Program Files\Microsoft Hosting\Provisioning\Samples\Exchange 2007 Resource Manager, I find that there are many XML files
I try to use ModifyExchangeResources procedure to change settings, ex. I want to increase the size of 1 mailstore
it doesn't update my settings to 202400, but add 202400 to original size, suppose original size is 202400, after run the procedure, the result is 404800
And if run RemoveExchangeResources procedure, i got a error response:
<errorContext description="The specified resource instance is still being used
Anybody knows how to do this?
Jul 18, 2007 07:19 AM|sdupas|LINK
In the modify procedure, the megabytes parameter is relative ( 20 will increase 20Mb, -40 will decrease 40Mb)
The remove procedure should be used to remove entirely the mailstore from MPS allocation. It requires that no organization is allocated to that one. The error message says it is still used, in allocation (even if no user are provisionned on it)
Hope this helps,
Jul 18, 2007 11:25 AM|PowerK6|LINK
Thank you for your explanation.
One more question:
In my environment, I have created about 70 users by MPS, when I try to upsell someone's mailplan, I got this error:
<errorContext description="The resource is full"
<errorSource namespace="Exchange 2007 Resource Manager"
<errorSource namespace="Hosted Email 2007"
And QueryAllExchangeResources shows me the mailstore has enough free space left. so why it says "The resource is full"?
If I use SampleUI to add new user, I was told "The server is unwilling to process the request "
Any one can help me to resolve it?
Jul 18, 2007 12:50 PM|sdupas|LINK
There are different levels of allocation. First of all, the mailstore gets an allocation. Then the organization can be also allocated on one (or multiple) mailstores. Check that he organization of the user would not be short in allocation.
The organization is allocated throught the organization plan (check the org plan to see what is the quota (if any)).
Note that an org can also be dynamically allocated, and in this case the org would not be assigned any global allocation.
Jul 19, 2007 01:36 AM|PowerK6|LINK