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Exchange 2003 DB Corrupt

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I have an Exchange 2003 STD Server , that did not mount the STORE after a restart. When you select to mount the store , it gives a message that the db is corrupted... . I've used eseutil to repair and defrag the priv1.edb file, but still are not able to mount the store...it keeps on saying that the DB is corrupt...

Please help...this is urgent

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by:knightfox
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when did you get your last full backup??

you could restore the database from the last backup and replay the transaction logs back in.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/824126  should give you  the info you need..

Did you also run an isinteg?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/182081

/Fox
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Well i am busy with the following.
Copy the DB to a different location (backup)
Stop all exchange services
Delette the E00 files in the mdbdata folder
Starting the Exchange services
Mount Store
Do a integrity check on the old DB ( the one in the backup folder) on the priv1 and pub1 edb files
when this is doen i will enable the ovewite option on the new db and copy the files back to the db location....hopefully this will work
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Pls let us know what steps were taken to resolve the issue.
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