Removal Of white space from Exchange 2013 Database

we are using exchange 2013 in our environment now a days we are running out of space with Exchange databases so I have moved some disabled Mailboxes to another database but still I have not received the free space I checked its counted as a white space the only way I found is to do fragmentation do any one knows how to received this white space without fragmentation on our exchange database.
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Mohammad Mahboob RahmatiSr . IT System Administration EngineerAsked:
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MASEE Solution Guide - Technical Dept HeadCommented:
You can create a new database and move all users to the new database and delete the old one.
This way you can save the white space with zero downtime.

Create database
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj150580(v=exchg.150).aspx

Delete the old one after moving all mailboxes including system mailboxes
http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-2013-database-removal-error-this-mailbox-database-contains-one-or-more-mailboxes/

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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
You first need 110% disk space to perform offline defrag and reclaim whitespace. Next you need downtime to perform offline defrag. Depending on the DB size, it can takes several hours to few days to complete. Normally, 4GB per hour Exchange can perform offline defrag.

If you have 110% disk space and users are ready for downtime, you can go head and perform it.

If not, then creating new db and moving mailbox to new db. Then deleting current db and recreate it again. If this DB is part of DAG, avoid offline defrag.

Let me know, if any more query.
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