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    Default Restoring via TSM and Exchange 2007

    Post subject: Restoring via TSM and Exchange 2007

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    HI guys

    I got the same problem as ssjaronx4 when trying to mount the RSG after restoring from the TSM client for exchange. Deleted the previous attempt and created another RSG, which I then mounted and set flags to "allow overwrite by retore". This time my restore failed immidiately, with an error

    ACN5798E MS Exchange API HRESERESTORECOMPLETE() failed with HRESULT:
    0xc7ff1005 - Error returned from a callback function call (0xFFFFFC05) and (0xFFFFFDD9)

    This error is referred to in article

    http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docvie...id=swg21230811

    But i'm dubious about deleting transaction logs from the live environment and i'm also not even sure if you can delete the curent transaction log, as surely it would be in use?
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    You can do an eseutil /mh "database path" to see what log files are "needed" to mount your database (haven't been written into database). All others should be safe to delete but I'd HIGHLY recommend moving them, not deleting just in case.
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    Thanks for the quick response royal

    Got to admit, I'm not familiar with the eseutil commands. Is this just straight from the exchange management shell? Have been using the GUI up to this point
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    cmd

    Go Google how to use eseutil. There's tons of info.

    Make sure you fully understand the eseutil commands you run before you run them. It can be highly destructive depending on which command you do. If this is on a production server, I'd recommend contacting Microsoft Premiere Support Services ($250 per case or free if your server is in a down scenario) prior to proceeding.
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