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Database is corrupt -- Cannot allocate space

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While compacting the database shows in the server that databse is corrupt -- cannot allocate space. we have tried  running fixup earlier, but this did not help.
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check the size of the database, which version ur using?
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removing icon, compacting, replacing icon may also work.

And check the technote:
http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=203&q1=178964&uid=swg21084511&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&lang=en+en 
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Have you tired shutting down the domino server and running a fixup/compact/updall from a OS level using DOS?

Because the Domino Server isn't running then the structure of the file can be fully available.  To do this navigate to this open a MS DOS Box, navigate to the Domino program directory where the task files are (e.g. C:Lotus\Domino) and run the taks you require (NFixup, Ncompact etc) with the relevant DB Details.
Yes, run fixup after shutting down dominos. Has worked for me on numerous occasions.  Seems to clear problems much easier.
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