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Jacques

Hey there,

You know what I need to know. How do you mount an Exchange DB without

the log files.

I had to repair my DB's (there are 6 of them, not counting the public folder

DB).

I've got the PF and three DB's mounted, but can't mount any other.

The exeutil/mh says is its clean.

When I try to mount one of them it gives me a message saying that the log

files are missing and I may lost data, are you sure.

I say yes, then it fails with a window that says

Exhange is unable to mount the database that you specified. Specified

database: SERVER STORAGEGROUP DB; Error code:

MapiExceptionJetErrorRequiredLogFilesMissing: Unable to mount database.

(hr=0x80004005, ec=-586)

The application log says:

Database recovery/restore failed with unexpected error - 586.

If anyone knows how to deal with this, I would appreciate it.
 
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Rich Matheisen [MVP]

On Mon, 3 May 2010 16:39:30 -0400, "Jacques"

<somewhere@overthere.here> wrote:


> Hey there,
> You know what I need to know. How do you mount an Exchange DB without
> the log files.

> I had to repair my DB's (there are 6 of them, not counting the public folder
> DB).
> I've got the PF and three DB's mounted, but can't mount any other.
> The exeutil/mh says is its clean.

> When I try to mount one of them it gives me a message saying that the log
> files are missing and I may lost data, are you sure.
> I say yes, then it fails with a window that says

> Exhange is unable to mount the database that you specified. Specified
> database: SERVER STORAGEGROUP DB; Error code:
> MapiExceptionJetErrorRequiredLogFilesMissing: Unable to mount database.
> (hr=0x80004005, ec=-586)

> The application log says:
> Database recovery/restore failed with unexpected error - 586.

> If anyone knows how to deal with this, I would appreciate it.


I can't find the -586 error, but I'll make a guess that it may be you

haven't moved the log files or the checkpoint file out of the

directory.

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Rich Matheisen

 
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