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Defragmentation of Exchange 2010 SP1 mode Hosting

Posted on 2011-10-24
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Hello friends

I need to defrag my Exchange 2010 SP1 Hosting.
But I found the documentation refers only to the Exchange console.

I need the command to defragment using powershell.

Thank you.
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Question by:welltecnologia
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by:jfletchster
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1st Dismount the Database;

Dismount-Database 'db01'

Then use ESEutil to defrag the database

eseutil /d 'db01.edb' /t\\testserver\defrag\temp.edb

the file location is the temp location for the database during the defrag. i.e. a large file storage device.
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by:welltecnologia
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The command was not very clear, I try to run it. Well not quite understand.

After running the command as reassemble the database again?
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Which command is not clear?
\\testserver\defrag\temp.edb is a UNC share with enough free space = 115% of the current database size. This is for the eseutil to use to copy data too during the defrag process.
When the process is finished all you have to do is run the Mount-Database command and remount the database.
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Let me see if I understand correctly then, these are the steps:

1 Run: Dismount-Database 'db01'

2 Run: eseutil /d 'db01.edb' /c:\defrag\temp.edb

3 Run: Mount-Database 'db01'

It would be this way?
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Please, correct the command ?
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the /t has to be a UNC share. It cannot be C:\ it has to be unc, also it has to have the /t before it to indicate the temp location
even if its the same machine i.e.
eseutil /d 'db01.edb' /t\\localhost\c$\defrag\temp.edb

the rest is fine
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