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exchange error in app log 9175

Posted on 2009-07-06
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we're running windows 2003 with exchange 2003...

the app log shows the error 9175 which I believe was in my original question.  In an enterprise system we have 6 exchange servers and one of the server stores wouldn't start. It was started but we could not mount the stores.  It took several reboots before we were able to mount the stores.  

What could of caused the problem because it's going to happen again?

what's the possible solution to make sure this doesn't happen again?

The drive had plenty of room so it wasn't a disk space issue...

Have anyone seen this before

 
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Here are various reasons for this error and the associated solutions from Microsoft:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896143 
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