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Log files required for DB mount

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi

I have a recovered database that won't mount. If I run ESEUtil/ mh against the DB, I notice this:

Log Required: xxx301 - xxx305
Log commited: 0 - xxx305

Now, in the restored log location, there is only a log named E03.log

But, what does the above mean? In one line, it's saying that it needs xxx301 - xxx305, the next line says that the 0 - xxx305 logs have already been commited?

So does it need the logs or doesn't it?

Running Exchange 2007 SP2.
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by:Amit
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Can you run it again and paste the screenshot
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Initiating FILE DUMP mode...
         Database: E:\RecoveryDB\EXM01AIS1.edb
        File Type: Database
   Format ulMagic: 0x89abcdef
   Engine ulMagic: 0x89abcdef
 Format ulVersion: 0x620,12
 Engine ulVersion: 0x620,12
Created ulVersion: 0x620,12
     DB Signature: Create time:02/11/2009 09:01:12 Rand:1234233 Computer:
         cbDbPage: 8192
           dbtime: 1234229414
            State: Dirty Shutdown
     Log Required: 1111301-1111305
    Log Committed: 0-1111305
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AshwinRaj111 earned 250 total points
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How did you recovery the Database?
Did you recover it from a Backup by perfroming a restore.
If so there should be a restore.env file created which needs to be played into the Database to bring it to Clean Shut Down.

Else you would need to repair the Database by using eseutil /p command.
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by:gnoble1979
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The database was recovered by using an RSG with backup software.

Yes, there is a restore.env file, do you know how I can play this into the Database? What does the restore.env file do in this respect and how does playing it into the database fix my problem?

And do I actually need those log files, because it's saying that it needs xxx301 - xxx305, the next line says that the 0 - xxx305 logs have already been commited? That's another part I'm confused on.
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by:Amit
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You need to run this command

eseutil /cc Path of the storage where restore.env store
eseutil /cc c:\Storage Group

If this doesn't works out. Repair the DB. with /p.
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You would need to play the restore file.
Like amit said play the eseutil /cc command.




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by:gnoble1979
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If I run ESEUtil /p do I need to run /d and then isinteg -fix as well?
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by:AshwinRaj111
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Yes once you run the eseutil /p check and see if the Database is in Clean Shut Down.
Then run the eseutil /d.

Once that is done mount the Database and Dismount it.
Finally run the Isinteg.
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by:Amit
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Author didn't came back with the results, but we(myself and AshwinRaj111) have given the right solution to the user.
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by:gnoble1979
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Sorry, i have been on holiday.

Yes, points should be split equallyas Amit says.
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Kindly mark below two ID's as 3) Accept one or more Expert posts as the answer

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and split point between me and ashwin equally.
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