Wednesday, March 16, 2011

ConfigMgr 2007 Inboxes To Monitor

ConfigMgr 2007 inboxes with a backlog of files to be processed generally indicates a problem is occurring. As a result your infrastructure may suffer and may become problematic. Listed here is a list of the ConfigMgr 2007 inboxes that should be checked on a regular basis to ensure that your site(s) function as expected.

Auth\Dataldr.Box
A backlog of files can indicate problems accessing the site database.

Auth\Dataldr.Box\Process
A backlog of files can indicate problems accessing the site database.

Auth\Ddm.box\Bad_DDRs
A backlog of files can indicate a network corruption problem or a problem with the DDM

Auth\Sinv.Box
A backlog of files can indicate that the Software Inventory Processor cannot connect to the site database or that too many files were received.

Auth\Sinv.Box\Orphans
A backlog of files can indicate problems with specific clients, with management points, or with the network that could cause data corruption.

Compsumm.Box
A backlog of files can indicate that the Component Status Summarizer cannot process the volume of messages.

Dataldr.Box
A backlog of files can indicate problems accessing the Systems Management Server (SMS) database

Dataldr.Box\Badmifs
A backlog of files can indicate a bad custom MIF file or that a client computer cannot transfer the file correctly.

Ddm.Box
A backlog of files can indicate a bad DDR is preventing other DDR’s to process.

Ddm.Box\Bad_DDRs
A backlog of files can indicate a network corruption problem or a problem with the DDM

OfferSum.Box
A backlog of files can indicate a performance problem that is caused by a large number of messages.

Policypv.Box
A backlog of files in the policypv.box folder indicates that the policy provider component is not running.

Replmgr.Box\Ready
A backlog of files can indicate that the Scheduler is backlogged or is already processing files of the same priority

Schedule.Box
A backlog of files can indicate that the Sender cannot connect to or cannot transfer data to another site.

Schedule.Box\Outboxes
A backlog of .srq files indicates that the sender cannot process the number of jobs scheduled for that sender or that the sender cannot connect to or transfer data to another site.

Schedule.Box\Tosend
A backlog of files can indicate that many send requests are not completed or that the Scheduler has not yet deleted the files.

Sinv.Box
A backlog of files can indicate that the Software Inventory Processor cannot connect to the site database or that too many files were received.

Sinv.Box\BadSinv
A backlog of files can indicate problems with specific clients, with management points, or with the network, causing data corruption.

SiteStat.Box
A backlog of files can indicate a performance problem. Examine status messages for the Site System Status Summarizer for possible problems.

Statmgr.Box\Futureq
A backlog of files can indicate that some site systems' clocks are not synchronized with the site server.

Statmgr.Box\Queue
A backlog of files can indicate a problem with the Status Manager or that the component is trying to process too many messages.

Statmgr.Box\Retry
A backlog of files can indicate problems with the connection to the computer that is running SQL Server.

Statmgr.Box\Statmsgs
A backlog of files can indicate a problem with the Status Manager or that the Status Manager is trying to process too many messages

Swmproc.Box
A backlog of .sum and .sur files can indicate that the Software Metering Processor component cannot connect to the SMS database.

Additional Information:

Inbox Folders in Configuration Manager 2007
http://technet.micro...y/bb892790.aspx

Count Files In All The SMS inboxes And Send To Excel
http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/dhite/archi...7/23/22467.aspx

VBS Script To Count Objects In A Specified SMS Or ConfigMgr Inbox
http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/dhite/archi...gmgr-inbox.aspx

VBS Script To Count Objects In A Specified SMS Or ConfigMgr Inbox From A List Of Servers
http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/dhite/archi...of-servers.aspx

VBS Script To Count Objects In Specified SMS Site Server Inbox
http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/dhite/archi...rver-inbox.aspx