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Will moving the log path of an Exchange 2010 Database require dismount?

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Will running this command on Exchange 2010 require dismounting the database?

move-mailboxpath -identity "datasbaseName" -LogFolderPath X:\logpath

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If the specified database is mounted when this cmdlet is run, the database is automatically dismounted and then remounted, and is unavailable to users while it's dismounted.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124742(v=exchg.141).aspx
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I was able to run the command I posted and it does dismount the database temporarily, even when only changing the log file path.
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It totally makes sense since Exchange works in a write ahead mode so every transaction is written to the log files before it gets committed into the database so you can't manipulate Log file location and not affect database.
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