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I just found this file in my exchange server 2003.
priv1.INTEG.RAW

Do i need it or can i delete it without a problem
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Hi masood,

When you run Repair, it should create a log file named
priv1.integ.raw. You can open this file in notepad. The last lines
may provide some clues.

The file should look similar to this:

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< begin integ.raw
***** Repair of database 'secedit.sdb' started [ESE version 06.00.6249.0000, (RETAIL RTM MBCS)]

search for 'ERROR:' to find errors
search for 'WARNING:' to find warnings
trying for 38208 buffers
checking database header
Creating 8 threads
checking SystemRoot
SystemRoot (OE)
SystemRoot (AE)
checking system tables
MSysObjects
MSysObjectsShadow
MSysObjects Name
MSysObjects RootObjects
rebuilding and comparing indexes
checking logical consistency of system tables
MSysObjects
MSysObjectsShadow
SmTblGpo: 2016: checking table "SmTblGpo" (15)
SmTblGpo: 2016: checking data

(martinc: many lines here)

SmTblVersion: 2016: checking table "SmTblVersion" (6)
SmTblVersion: 2016: checking data
SmTblVersion: 2016: integrity check of table "SmTblVersion" (6) finishes with error 0 after 0 seconds

Integrity check successful.



***** Eseutil completed in 10 seconds[vbcol=seagreen]

Regards,
M
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So, You can delete the file if you want to without it doing anything.  What you may want to do is open it and find out what, if any, problems you may be having on your exchange.
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Do you require any more information?

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Regards, M
   
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