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exchange 2007 data base problem

Posted on 2013-10-22
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i facing san storage fail its have lun for exchange .after replace hard disk i found all database in exchange down and dirty shutdown then i fix it and now all database cleaned shutdown .but i cant mount the database i get error ...i attached some print screen
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by:Jamie McKillop
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Hello,

Has the path to the database files changed? For example, does M:\EXCHDB2\Managers\managr0.edb exist and is accessible from the active node of the cluster?

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by:ash007
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Hi,

Please check the size of .edb file & also if  Database instance has failed in cluster so please check the vent viewer & let me know errors in Application logs for Exchange
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by:Steve
ID: 39596646
the error suggests exchange cannot access or locate the file. confirm the paths and access are all OK.

if they are correct it looks like the the DB isn't valid and exchange wants to create a new one.
I'd get a copy from backup and work from that one to get it up and running and replay logs if required.
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shareef_yassin earned 0 total points
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nooo,

one of the experts informed me to delet the logs  and it was great,thans
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by:shareef_yassin
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bcz that make the database to be mounted
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