[XADM] ESEUTIL のコマンド ライン パラメータ

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概要
Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 には、以前のバージョンの Edbutil に代わる Eseutil と呼ばれるユーティリティが付属しています。
詳細
次のコマンドを実行すると、以下のような情報が出力されます。
C:\>ESEUTIL /?
Microsoft(R) Exchange Server Database UtilitiesVersion 5.5Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1991-1997. All Rights Reserved.DESCRIPTION: Maintenance utilities for Microsoft(R) Exchange Serverdatabases.MODES OF OPERATION:   Defragmentation:  ESEUTIL /d <database name> [options]          Recovery:  ESEUTIL /r [options]         Integrity:  ESEUTIL /g <database name> [options]           Upgrade:  ESEUTIL /u <database name> /d<previous .DLL> [options]         File Dump:  ESEUTIL /m[mode-modifier] <filename>            Repair:  ESEUTIL /p <database name> [options]   Note log file path must be specified explicitly   unless using /IS or /DS options.<<<<<  Press a key for more help  >>>>>D=Defragmentation, R=Recovery, G=Integrity, U=Upgrade, M=File Dump,P=Repair=>DEFRAGMENTATION (D)DEFRAGMENTATION/COMPACTION: DESCRIPTION:  Performs off-line compaction of a database.      SYNTAX:  ESEUTIL /d <database name> [options]  PARAMETERS:  <database name> - filename of database to compact, or one of                                /ispriv, /ispub, or /ds (see NOTES below)    OPTIONS:  zero or more of the following switches, separated by a space:              /l<path> - location of log files (default: current directory)              /s<path> - location of system files (e.g., checkpoint file)                         (default: current directory)              /b<db>   - make backup copy under the specified name              /t<db>   - set temp. database name (default: TEMPDFRG.EDB)              /p       - preserve temporary database (i.e., don't instate)              /o       - suppress logo      NOTES:  1) The switches /ispriv, /ispub, and /ds use the Registry                 to automatically set the database name, log file path,                 and system file path for the appropriate Exchange store.              2) Before defragmentation begins, soft recovery is always                 performed to ensure the database is in a consistent state.              3) If instating is disabled (i.e., /p), the original database                 is preserved uncompacted, and the temporary database will                 contain the defragmented version of the database.RECOVERY (R)RECOVERY: DESCRIPTION:  Performs recovery, bringing all databases to a               consistent state.     SYNTAX:  ESEUTIL /r [options]    OPTIONS:  zero or more of the following switches, separated by a space:              /is or /ds - see NOTES below              /l<path>   - location of log files                           (default: current directory)              /s<path>   - location of system files (e.g., checkpoint file)                           (default: current directory)              /o         - suppress logo      NOTES:  1) The special switches /is and /ds use the Registry to                 automatically set the log file path and system file path                 for recovery of the appropriate Exchange store(s).INTEGRITY (G)INTEGRITY: DESCRIPTION:  Verifies integrity of a database.      SYNTAX:  ESEUTIL /g <database name> [options]  PARAMETERS:  <database name> - filename of database to verify, or one of                                 /ispriv, /ispub, or /ds (see NOTES below)    OPTIONS:  zero or more of the following switches, separated by a space:              /t<db>   - set temp. database name (default: INTEG.EDB)              /v       - verbose              /x       - give detailed error messages              /o       - suppress logo      NOTES:  1) The consistency checker performs no recovery and always                 assumes that the database is in a consistent state,                 returning an error if this is not the case.              2) The special switches /ispriv, /ispub, and /ds use the                 registry to automatically set the database name for the                 appropriate Exchange store.UPGRADE (U)UPGRADE: DESCRIPTION:  Upgrades a database (created using a previous release of               Microsoft(R) Exchange Server) to the current version.      SYNTAX:  ESEUTIL /u <database name> /d<previous .DLL> [options]  PARAMETERS:  <database name>   - filename of the database to upgrade.              /d<previous .DLL> - pathed filename of the .DLL that came                                  with the release of Microsoft(R) Exchange                                  Server from which you're upgrading.    OPTIONS:  zero or more of the following switches, separated by a space:              /b<db> - make backup copy under the specified name              /t<db> - set temporary database name (default: TEMPUPGD.EDB)              /p     - preserve temporary database (i.e., don't instate)              /o     - suppress logo      NOTES:  1) This utility should only be used to upgrade a database                 after an internal database format change has taken place.                 If necessary, this will usually only coincide with the                 release of a major, new revision of Microsoft(R)                 Exchange Server.              2) Before upgrading, the database should be in a consistent                 state. An error will be returned if otherwise.              3) If instating is disabled (i.e., /p), the original database                 is preserved unchanged, and the temporary database will                 contain the upgraded version of the database.FILE DUMP (M)FILE DUMP: DESCRIPTION:  Generates formatted output of various database file types.      SYNTAX:  ESEUTIL /m[mode-modifier] <filename> [options]  PARAMETERS:  [mode-modifier] - an optional letter designating the type of                                 file dump to perform. Valid values are:                                 h - dump database header (default)                                 k - dump checkpoint file               <filename>      - name of file to dump. The type of the                              specified file should match the dump type                              being requested (e.g., if using /mh, then                              <filename> must be the name of a database).REPAIR (P)REPAIR: DESCRIPTION:  Repairs a corrupted or damaged database.      SYNTAX:  ESEUTIL /p <database name> [options]  PARAMETERS:  <database name> - filename of database to compact, or one of                                 /ispriv, /ispub, or /ds (see NOTES below)   OPTIONS:  zero or more of the following switches, separated by a space:            /t<db>       - set temp. database name (default: REPAIR.EDB)            /d           - don't repair the database, just scan for errors            /v           - verbose output            /x           - give detailed error messages            /o           - suppress logo   NOTES:  1) The switches /ispriv, /ispub, and /ds use the registry              to automatically set the database name for the              appropriate Exchange store.           2) Recovery will not be run.				
: "Upgrade" セクションの "Parameters" には、Exchange 5.5 の CD にある Edb.dll に関する記載があります。このファイルを見つけるには、Exchange 5.5 の CD で Server\Setup\Platform フォルダを探します。

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文書番号:182903 - 最終更新日: 12/05/2015 08:30:17 - リビジョン: 4.0

Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition

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