The Get-DfrsBacklog cmdlet retrieves pending updates between two computers that participate in Distributed File System (DFS) Replication.
Updates can be new, modified, or deleted files and folders. The maximum number of files that this command displays is 100. The Verbose parameter displays a count of all backlogged updates. Any files or folders listed in the DFS Replication backlog have not yet replicated from the source computer to the destination computer. This is not necessarily an indication of problems. A backlog indicates latency, and a backlog may be expected in your environment, depending on configuration, rate of change, network, and other factors.
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