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Can you safely stop a eseutil /g check on an Exchange 2003 edb?

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Can I safely stop a eseutil /g command on my Exchange 2003 server.  I'm afraid it will not be completed by morning... it's around 200GB
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Hi, nots sure if you need this now but eseutil /g makes no kind of change to the database, everything is read only so stopping this is unlikely to rsult in a problem.
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prashant_sawant earned 500 total points
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Eseutil/g verifies the integrity of the database, SO stopping it should not cause any problem.
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It just now finished, it ran all night but I did not have to stop it.   Thanks!
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