eseutil /d finished, what now?

Ok, I ran out of space in my NT 4.0 server that is hosting my exchange server 5.5. So I  had users deleted massive amount of unwanted mail. Then I hooked up a regular 40gig ide harddrive. I then ran the eseutil /d with the temp file pointing to the 40 gig harddrive. Well after 6 six hours of waiting, it finished. currently here is my system setup:

C: \ Operating system
D: \ Exchange Data (No SPACE)
E: \ 40 gig with new temppriv.edb

What do I need to do now, to get that temppriv.edb file back in the original location whic h is D:\exchsrvr\mdbdata\. With the newly compacted file, i have verified that I accumulated 4gigs of lost space in the file. Is there a correct way of moving this file..
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The database should have been put back.  If it wasn't, rename temppriv.edb to priv.edb and copy it to the location priv.edb belongs.
First, backup priv.edb.
mrlucio79Author Commented:
That is what I am doing right now, (Slow process)  I am just kind of scared. What if the information store service doesn't start.   :0(
mrlucio79Author Commented:
how would it been put back in the same place if there was not space left on the harddrive? just a thought.  copying process still going...
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mrlucio79Author Commented:
OK that failed. Kicked off the command "isinteg –fix –pri –test alltests" will let you know what happens.
Did you remove all the log files and edb.chk before starting the Information Store service?
Move these to a different folder instead of deleting them.
The reason for doing this is that the signature of the logfiles no longer match the database signature. Also if the database is consistent, then they are probably not needed.
Also what error did you get?
Did you get a -1011 error? If so then all you needed to run was ISINTEG -PATCH.

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mrlucio79Author Commented:
I got it!!!

isinteg –fix –pri –test alltests
isinteg –fix –pub –test alltests
isinteg –patch

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