From: Waddy on 08/20/2007
I spoke to a guy a www.burleightech.com and he passed me this info:
Upgrade my ram
1. Stop the Exchange Directory service
2. Clean and defrag the directory:
Go to a command prompt and change to the D: Drive
this will take you to the D:\EXCHSRVR\DSADATA directory
Type: C:\EXCHSRVR\BIN\ESEUTIL /p /ds
You will see a gauge come up and count to 100%, when it completes, the directory is done.
3. Start the Directory service
Type: NET START MSEXCHANGEDS
4. Next you want to clean and defragment the Information Store
Type: CD \EXCHSRVR\MDBDATA
This will take you to the D:\EXCHSRVR\MDBDATA directory
Type: C:\EXCHSRVR\BIN\ESEUTIL /p /is
Same counter as in step 2
5. Verify the integrity of the Private and Public stores
Type: ISINTEG -FIX -PRI -TEST ALLTESTS
This will take awhile, it runs a series of tests on the priv.edb. When it completes, check to see how many errors and warnings were generated. Typically if there is more than 20 errors I run it again.
Once it comes up clean type: ISINTEG -FIX -PUB -TEST ALLTESTS
This should go faster than the priv did.
6. Patch the Information store to match the clean directory service.
at the D:\EXCHSRVR\MDBDATA prompt
Type: C:\EXCHSRVR\BIN\ISINTEG -PATCH
When that completes successfully you will be ready to bring the server back online
7. Type: NET START MSEXCHANGEIMC
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