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run ESEUTIL twice ?

Posted on 2009-07-13
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HI All ,

We have a exchange data base that take's hours to defrag , amd is currently damaged.

so I was wondering

can I run ESEUTIL /p priv1.edb in one dos windows
& ESEUTIL /d pub1.edb in another at the some time ?

Ja
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You can run those two commands at the same time.
However, you should take precaution to ensure you have enough disk space to complete both operations simultaneously. You will need AT LEAST 110% of the priv1.edb + 110% of the pub1.edb FREE on the disk for the operation to be successful.

-Matt
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Great thanks
Ja.
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