|Subject:||help on defragmenting exhcnage databases|
|Posted by:||dave64 (da…@dfel.com)|
|Date:||Fri, 19 Mar 2010|
It has been a while since I've had to do anything substantial with
Exchange (part of SBS 2003). The databases are in desperate need of
defragmentation. I think I know what to do, but hopefully another
set of eyes and another brain will see/think of things I don't. I
want to defragment the current database and I need to use a temporary
file because of lack of space on the drive where the database is
located. Are the following commands correct?
1. stop Exchange servicdes
2. eseutil /d /t i:\temp priv1db
3. start exchange services
i:\temp is a temporary directory I have setup for this.