The following article addresses numerous replication failure messages, which include but are not limited to “There is no replication job,” and “I/O exception.”
A failed replication job, or a lack of replication job, can have multiple causes, depending on your environment. However, for each one, increasing the replication timeout setting resolves the issue.
Replication timeout settings can only be changed through the Registry Editor. Complete the steps in the following procedure to increase replication timeout settings in the Registry Editor.
WARNING: Altering registry settings can have dire consequences on your machine. Be extremely careful to not delete any items in the registry. Quest does not provide support for problems that arise from improper modification of the registry. The Windows registry contains information critical to your computer and applications. Make sure you back up the registry before modifying it. For more information on the Windows Registry Editor and how to back up and restore it, refer to Microsoft Article ID 256986 “Description of the Microsoft Windows registry” at Microsoft Support.
To increase replication timeout settings:
|Save in||Use the drop-down list to select the location in which to save the folder.|
|File name||Enter a name for the saved folder.|
|Save as type||Select a file extension for the folder. The default is Registration Files [*.reg].|
|Export range||Select one of the following options:|