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RE: moving users and running out of room - 2.Dec.2009 12:10:55 PM   
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There was no indication which file is corrupt...although I'm guessing it's one of the earlier ones when it stopped working.

So, I moved those to another location and tried to run an incremental. Unfortunately Backup Exec said that since some of the log files are missing I'm not allowed to run an incremental or differential. So, I'm stuck running a full. Hopefully this doesn't bomb out on me!

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RE: moving users and running out of room - 2.Dec.2009 1:31:47 PM   
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That makes sense.  Good luck - let me know what happens.

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RE: moving users and running out of room - 2.Dec.2009 5:55:00 PM   
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I moved about 10 days of logs over to a different place on the network for one of the stores that isn't backing up properly.  I then ran a full backup just on that storage group.  It goes for a little less than a 200GB count and then bombs out.  The backup exec logs point to errors that don't apply to my backup job.  So I checked the application logs on the Exchange server and I get Event ID 215...source ESE.  It basically says the job was halted because it lost communication with the backup server.  It doesn't seem lose communication, though.  The backup agent is running fine and I can ping to each server from the other one.

Any other ideas?  I may have to bite the bullet and call Microsoft, but if you have any other info, I'd be interested to hear it.  Thanks!

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RE: moving users and running out of room - 2.Dec.2009 7:57:42 PM   
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Sorry - I'm out of ideas. I think your best bet at thsi point is to call Microsoft. They may have you perform ESEUTIL and/or ISINTEG commands. They will have some solution for your backup errors. If you go that route, let us know how it turns out.

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RE: moving users and running out of room - 7.Dec.2009 11:31:19 AM   
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Updates:

Microsoft had me run isinteg on the affected stores. I ran it until there were 0 fixes left. It found quite a few things. Unfortunately it still hasn't fixed my main issue (purging the log files during backup). I'm waiting to hear back from them again.

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RE: moving users and running out of room - 8.Dec.2009 9:47:23 AM   
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We've decided to move the transaction logs again. I had to find another server with enough storage to hold them and I moved over about 100GB worth of logs. I'm continuing to move the mailboxes all week...unfortunately there is a 9GB and a 6GB mailbox in the mix so it's going to take forever!

Then we're going to delete the mail store that is reporting back as corrupt. I'll report back if that fix doesn't work! Thanks for all your help!

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RE: moving users and running out of room - 8.Dec.2009 9:54:35 AM   
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Good luck - keep us posted.  My experience has been that moving mailboxes with a lot of items takes longer than those with fewer items but lots of large attachments because Exchange moves the messages individually.  Remember to keep an eye out for the storage used by Transactional Logs!

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RE: moving users and running out of room - 5.Jan.2011 4:27:45 AM   
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