Posted on 2006-05-30
Running Exchange 5.5 on a Win 2k server. My private info store has reached 16GB. I found a good MS article on running eseutil to defrag and clear up some white space. I've never used it and am not an expert in DOS or Exchange. I have a question about the command I need to use. c:\winnt\system32> eseutil /d /ds /tc:\dbback\tempdefrag.edb /p is the example used in the MS kbid 192185.
I have created a share called dbback on a file server with more than enough space. I believe the d = defrag and ds = directory. Can someone explain the signifigance of the other switches or just break down in simple terms what I need to do to defrag the private info store? I need to do this asap.