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How to perform a consistency check?

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Hi All,


There is a mailfile on our server which I cannot open because I get the error message that a consistency check is needed. I tried to compact and fixup it but the same error message appears. I selected the cluster in the Administrator and then selected 'in service' but it didn't help. Can you tell me the steps for a consistency check?

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Proably some corrupt view indexes could also enforce this error

So try this command at console

Load UPDALL dbname -R

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Hi All,

I tried both of the commands and unfortunately this is the answer:

load fixup -F /data/mal1/xxx.nsf
database fixup process started
DbMarkCorrupt(Both BDB copies are corrupt), DB=/data/mal1/xxx.nsf TID=[19890:00002-00001]
Unable to fixup database
/data/mal1/xxx.nsf Invalid NSF version
Database fixup process shutdown

Do you have any idea?

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In addition to this question, would anyone know how long it would take to run fixup on a 10Gb database?
It depends..I know you don't want to hear that ;-)

Compacting process considers binary and non-binary info to compress. So if you have attachements, images kind of stuff that can delay the compaction..

For 10GB it should really take a good amount of time. Not sure, in my days we were limited to 4GB only
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