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  • Exchange 2003 Defrag

    During the overnight exchange w2k3 does its maintenance thing and does an online defragmentation. It sates in the event viewer that it has 450mb of free space. Is this free space usable at this point or does more have to be done to recapture this space. I know in exchange 5.5 this was called white...

    Clorox40 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Store does not seem to go to 75 GB

    We run Exchange 2003 standard and have changed the registry entries to increase our Stores to 75 GB. We got a warning at 22GB that the store had less than 1GB left. We dumped a bout 8GB of user mail to PST files and ran a offline defrag and checked event viewer 1221 after online defrag and still it...

    Easybrian50 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Server 2003 Offline Defragmentation

    I would like to run an offline defragmentation on our exchange database. The size of the priv1.edb is 53GB. I understand that to run this offline defragmentation I would require 110% of the 54GB. However I only have 40GB free space. I have no other local disks to run the defrag to. Is there any...

    PPitcher85 pointsBadges:
  • 2003 Exchange Defragmentation

    About how long would a server take to defragment using Eseutil utility. The server has a Intel Xeon 2.33GHz CPU, 2Gb of ram, 100Gb HD and the DB is 22Gb.

    JustPlayIT15 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating Exchange 2003 Standard to Enterprise

    We have one Exchange 2003 Server Standart installed at a second Windows 2003 Domain Controller (Global Catalog only), with ActiveSync (for Iphone connections) in a single Domain. Its database has 15GB and 110 mailboxes. This database was never defragmented. Is there any risk or a speciall...

    Mbedass15 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange CCR Defragmentation

    Hello, We currently have CCR implemented in our environment and were also using SCOM. We recently received the following SCOM alert for our CCR setup. Error: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Alert: Logical Disk Fragmentation Level is high Source: M:   Alert description: The disk M: (M:) on...

    Eddonnelly35 pointsBadges:
  • Defragmentation of Exchange Database using Exchange 2003 SP2 standard edition

    A question submitted on SearchExchange.com Hi, I want to do defragmentation of Exchange Database because It is the exchange 2003 standard edition and now the database size quickly increase.But I don't know how long it will take to do offline defragmentation.I already updated to SP2.But the database...

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
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