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I am migrating storage groups to new mapped drives on the same mailbox server (exchange 2007)

what should I check on storage groups state , or commands that they are in healthy state before and after
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Ivan earned 500 total points
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Hi,

is this Exchange part of some cluster or standalone?
Get-StorageGroupCopyStatus -Identity:<Server\StorageGroupName> should give you some info about it.

Other use full commands like:
Service Health – Test-ServiceHealth –Server “Name of the Server”
Mailbox DB Status - Get-MailboxDatabase –Server “Name of the Server” –Status

As I recall, migrating SG to new drive should not be difficult process.

Regards,
Ivan.
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by:pramod1
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no it is standalone not in cluster

it is on vm

thanks
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I have to prepare  plan

what should I write for a back out plan
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do I need to run any command to check healthy status of storage group before and after moving
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pramod1,

Here it is the script that you can try:

Get-StorageGroupCopyStatus -Server (Name of your mailbox)| Select Identity, CCRTargetNode, SummaryCopyStatus, CopyQueueLength, ReplayQueueLength, Suspend, Seeding, LatestFullBackupTime, ServiceDown, FailedMessage | ft -AutoSize

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Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | Select Name, Mounted, EdbFilePath, LastFullBackup, LastCopyBackup, BackupInProgress, OriginatingServer| sort Name | ft -Wrap -AutoSize

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any command like eseutil to check the healthy state of storage group before moving
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any back out plan if new mapping doesn't work
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