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ExchangeLogs Files Corrupt on same Databases errors: ntfs 55 , general 4001 8197 ,ESE 455

Posted on 2008-10-15
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Dear Experts,

After rebooting the exchange 2007 MBX,HUB,CA, server im gettings this errors: ntfs 55 , general 4001 8197 ,ESE 455.
I can see that errors ESE 455 are regarding exchangedatabase logs files, its says that corruption on harddrivelogs.
I have a separate hard dirve set for logs runing on raid.
Same databases are runing ok with logs files on the samehard drive but diferent folders.
Disk of logs and Databases are runing on mountvolume drives.
Could you please help in order to recover.

Thanks in advance
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have u tried scandisk or  chkdsk /f
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If you are still able to access the Database
then YOU HAVE TO CREATE A NEW MAILBOX STORE and move all the mailboxes before the database totally stop
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can't , as i sed , same data bases are dismounted , and i cant mount it again
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I have verify by using the toolbox recovery disaster that all databases was in cleandownstate , so i have delete log files , and i was avalible to mount databases again.
hope this can help same one else.
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