We are repairing corruption in our information store. It is about 110GB. The server is a PowerEdge T410 with 32GB of RAM with dual quad core cpu's.
Will setting the process priority in task manager from normal to high speed up the repair process? It has been at deleteing Unicode fixup table for 4+ hours. There is still about 16 hours left till the users come into work tomorrow. I need to run the eseutil /d and isinteg too before they come in tomorrow morning.
Question is: now that eseutil is running, will changing the process priority for eseutil.exe in the task manager from normal to high help speed up the process?