RE: What is the difference between eseutil and isi nteg .....?

  • From: "ONG Liang Bu (CSC)" <lbong@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 13:31:09 +0800

Look at this technet article Q271987;en-us;271987

In the article on the paragraph on recovering ...
NOTE: If it is at all possible, avoid using Eseutil in repair mode (Eseutil
/p). Eseutil, which comes with Exchange Server, is a last resort for
repairing database damage when all else fails. In repair mode, it gets a
broken database running again by simply deleting damaged pages. Eseutil
should never be used to recover data. If you do run the Eseutil /p command,
you must run the Isinteg -test alltests -fix command to restore a consistent

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From: sfulci@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:sfulci@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2002 10:08 PM
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Subject: [exchangelist] What is the difference between eseutil and
isinteg .....?


I have a question about theses 2 command-line utilities .....

For example, if Exchange Database are damaged, which utility must I use to
fix the problem ...? Eseutil or isinteg .....? Which switch does I have tu
use to repair databases .......

What is the real difference between these 2 utilities .....?

Thanks for your help....


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