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i have a 268 GB edb+stm file in Exchange 2003 server: how long does it take the eseutil /p?
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It depends on the spec of your server and the disks etc, but an average is 4-6Gb per hour.

Once you have run /p, you should run /d to defragment followed by:

isinteg -s servername -fix -test alltests

So - the /p should take about 44 hours and the same for the /d

When you run /d, you will need 110% of the store size in free disk space, so in your case 295Gb in free space, otherwise the /d won't complete.
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