Many Errors in Event Log
Hello I am using MOSS 2007. We are having 4 servers i.e. frontend01, frontend02, search server and database server. I noticed I am contineously getting following error in 2 frontend server, I have not made any changes in password or any other changes. Frontend01 Server - I am getting 6398, 7076, 6482, 3355, 5586, 27745 and 7888 in my event error log (Event VIewer) Frontend02 Server - I am getting 6641,3355,6398, 7076, 6482,27745 and5586 in my event error log (Event VIewer) Can anyone tell how to resolve this isse, as this is live server, before doing anything I want confirm the cause of this each event. And probably becoz of this I amunable to upload multiple document and outlook integration. Please let me know the step by step instruction Ani
June 23rd, 2008 4:50pm
Hi there, The 6398, 6482 and 7076 are usually caused by a problem with the Timer service and an issue with IIS - I have found this to be useful at resolving the problem: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/946517 Have you also applied Office Servers 2007 SP1 to the installation? http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=AD59175C-AD6A-4027-8C2F-DB25322F791B&displaylang=en
June 25th, 2008 9:35am
Are you using a Locker Dowed OS for your server?Can you give the error messages as well?
August 6th, 2008 9:24pm
Have your issues been resolved?
August 19th, 2008 11:19pm
I too am currently wrestling with 27745, 7888, 5586, and 6641 after:-conducting many updates-exporting and trying to import a site collection from one SP Web App to another-doing a Full Import of user accounts from AD.However, after googling the aforementioned errors together, I have concluded it best to tackle these one by one for now.
January 13th, 2009 10:16pm
Same thing :Many updatedMoved a site collection to another urla full AD imort. ( I don't know how to stopthe errors.We are using only a small portion of the full AD andare not interested in crawling it.There are many errors regarding this item.)Sara
April 9th, 2009 10:17pm
I could reduced the errors:Updated and upgraded to the latest.Read the errors in the SharePoint log, and ssp log. Reattached, and removed the databases through the Central Admin.Found the SSP properties was not set properly, it was going through all company AD users. Created a custom one to reduce the unnecessary load. Sara
May 6th, 2009 7:57pm
Cool Sarain your case I was going to say create custom LDAP script to connect to AD and crawl the OUwhere necessary. Could you be more specific for Ashish on what properties were set improperly or was it just doing a full crawl of AD that you changed?-IvanIvan Sanders http://linkedin.com/in/iasanders http://dimension-si.com/blog
May 6th, 2009 9:53pm
It was set on full crawl on all AD. The problem is recurring. how many times do I have to fix the same thing. It is back to show no sp installs, no hot fix, no upgrade.i have opened a new ticket on that.Sara
September 22nd, 2009 12:17am
hi, the 3351 6641 and 7888 i solve it by changing credintials of follwing service accounts to domain admin account the services is Windows SharePoint Services Administration service. Windows SharePoint Services Timer service. this artical describe how to change these accounts: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/934838?p=1 regards,
April 19th, 2010 4:56pm