Right now i have a mail DB that is about 60 gb with 24 gb of whitspace. i want to do an offline defrag but i am wondering what the best way to this would be. my question is i have a partition that the edb file is on that is 107 gb total, i have read that you need at least 110 percent the size of the DB in free space to the offline defrag. I did find this command which leads me to beleive you can use a temp location making the "110 percent free space" part unnecessary. Does this sound correct
eseutil /d <database_path_and_file_name> /t <temp_database_path_and_file_name>
As it stands now i only have 44gb of free out of 107 gb space on the drive containing the 60gb mail DB. If my math is correct that = not enough room to do the offline defrag.
Any advice is appreciated experts. Thanks!