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This article describes how to determine if your database has been repaired by using the Eseutil /p command.
To see if your database has been repaired by using the Eseutil /p command, dump the header using one of the following commands for the private information store:
ESEUTIL /mh x:\exchsrvr\mdbdata\priv.edb |more
ESEUTIL /mh x:\exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub.edb |moreThe output looks similar to the following example:
Microsoft(R) Windows NT(TM) Server Database UtilitiesIf the database has not been repaired, the repair count is zero and the repair date is 1/1/1900 00:00.
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1991-1999. All Rights Reserved.
Initiating FILE DUMP mode...
Format ulMagic: 0x89abcdef
Engine ulMagic: 0x89abcdef
Format ulVersion: 0x620,2
Engine ulVersion: 0x620,2
DB Signature: Create time:4/5/2000 17:48:52 Rand:769046 Computer:
Last Objid: 184
Scrub Dbtime: 0
Scrub Date: 00/00/1900 00:00:00
Repair Count: 1
Repair Date: 2/20/2000 10:48:50
Note If you run the Eseutil /p on a database that is not damaged or on a database that is damaged on a page that does not contain data (may contain only white space), the repair count is not incremented. The Repair Count=0 output indicates that no repairs have been made to the database, even if Eseutil /p has been run.
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