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Error: 0x80070005  Event id 1025

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I see this over and over.  I ran isinteg and it found no errors.  any help is appreciated.

An error occurred on database "First Storage Group\Mailbox Store (CORVETTE)".
 Function name or description of problem: EcGenerateReadReport:
Error: 0x80070005
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Is this mailbox store located on a SAN by chance?

We had this issue in the past and it was directly related to SAN firmware and fiber drivers (QLogic) ... we ended up upgrading both to resolve the issue ...
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its actualy is on a storage device.  scsi though not fiber.  in a cluster.  i may try that.  
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Contact the manufacturer and tell them what you are seeing ... I'd wager they've seen it before ... I'd also make a flat file backup of your databases in the event anything goes wrong ... and make sure you have a solid online backup.
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oh .. btw .. this is a pretty complex issue for just 50 points =P
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oops
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I updated all drivers and firmware.  Dell had no knowledge of that error.  Anyone else have ANY info on this?  
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This error is also followed by

An error occurred on database "First Storage Group\Mailbox Store (CORVETTE)".
 Function name or description of problem: EcGenerateNRN:
Error: 0x80070005
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Found this article - http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;268831 - it's geared for 5.5 but may help some ...

Only other link I found ... pretty much the same thing ...
http://www.it-faq.pl/mskb/319/929.HTM


I still wonder if it isn't hardware though ... what type of storage are you using? Just a SCSI Array? Is there any type of write back cache enabled?

One way or the other you can bet it is probably hardware or database corruption ... if you are seeing the error more and more then you might want to run isinteg ..
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i have run isinteg and it finds no errors.  i will look at your links now.  thanks
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