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If the content index table of the mailbox database replica is damaged, you must modify the directory again. If the content index catalog for a mailbox database copygetcorrupted, you may need to resume the catalog. Corrupted content indexes are indicated in the Application event log by the following event.

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ExchangeStoreDBExchangeStoreDB

The timestamp has corrupted the search directory on the Microsoft exchange information store database ID replica on server. For details of the error, see the server activity logs for different exchangestoredb and msexchange search indexer activities. Consider the everlog on the server for "exchangedb" and "MSN change indexer" event specific focus about the Faure. It is better to rejoin the directory through the update mailboxdatabasecopy task.

one hundred and twenty-three thousand one hundred and twenty-three

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ExchangeStoreDBExchangeStoreDB

The timestamp has corrupted the search directory on the Microsoft exchange information store database ID replica on server. For details of the error, see the server activity logs for different exchangestoredb and msexchange search indexer activities. Consider the everlog on the server for "exchangedb" and "MSN change indexer" event specific focus about the Faure. It is better to rejoin the directory through the update mailboxdatabasecopy task.

If the mailbox database copy is located on a server that is part of a database capability group, you can rest the content index catalog from another DAG member.

If the mailbox database copy is the only copy, you have to create a new content index catalog manually.

For more information on other management of exchange search, see exchange search procedures.

What do you need to know before you begin?

Estimated time to complete: 2 minutes. The time required for reseeding varies according to the size of the content index directory in the reseed. Actual reseeding time may vary depending on the size of the content index catalog being reseeded.

To execute such a program, you must first obtain permission to use it. To confirm permissions, see the following options. You need to be assigned permissions for you can perform this procedure or procedures. To see what permissions you need, see the "Exchange Search" entry in the Recipients Permissions topic.

For more information on the shortcut keys that can be applied to this item, see keyboard shortcut in the exchange admin center.

Estimated time to complete: 2 minutes. The time required for reseeding varies according to the size of the content index directory in the reseed. Actual reseeding time may vary depending on the size of the content index catalog being reseeded.

To execute such a program, you must first obtain permission to use it. To confirm permissions, see the following options. You need to be assigned permissions for you can perform this procedure or procedures. To see what permissions you need, see the "Exchange Search" entry in the Recipients Permissions topic.

For more information on the shortcut keys that can be applied to this item, see keyboard shortcut in the exchange admin center.

Any problems? Having problems? Ask for help in the exchange form. Visit the format at exchange server.

When the mailbox database belongs to DAG, the content index catalog if the mailbox database is part of a DAG

If your mailbox database belongs to DAG's server, please use one of the following steps. In the uce area of the following procedures if the mailbox database is located on a server that is part of a DAG.

Update-MailboxDatabaseCopy -Identity DB1\MBX1 -CatalogOnly

For more information on syntax and parameters, see up mailbox database copy, for dead syntax and parameter information, see update.

This example stores the content index catalog for the database copydb1 on mailbox server MBX 1 from mailbox server MB2, which alert so has a a a a copy of the database.

For more information on syntax and parameters, see up mailbox database copy, for dead syntax and parameter information, see update.

If there is only one copy of the mailbox database, the content index catalog is seeded again

If there is only one copy of the mailbox database, you have to recreate the search calog by recreating the content index calog.

Execute the following command to terminate the Microsoft Exchange search and Microsoft Exchange search host cotoller services.

Stop-Service MSExchangeFastSearch Stop-Service HostControllerService

Delete, move, or rename the folder that contains the exchange content index catalog. The name of this folder is% exchangeinstallpath / mailbox / name of mailbox database catalog / guid12.1. Single. This folder is named exchangeinstallpath / name of mailbox database catalog For example, the name of the single old can be changed, you might rename the folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 0657134726_Catalog\F0627A72-9F1D-494A-839A-D7C915C279DB12.1.Single_OLD.

%ExchangeInstallPath\Mailbox\name of mailbox database_Catalog\GUID12.1.Single %ExchangeInstallPath\Mailbox\name of mailbox database_Catalog\GUID12.1.Single C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 0657134726_Catalog\F0627A72-9F1D-494A-839A-D7C915C279DB12.1.Single_OLD C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 0657134726_Catalog\F0627A72-9F1D-494A-839A-D7C915C279DB12.1.Single_OLD

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Deleting this folder can use additional disk space. In addition, to solve the problem, you can change or move and save the folder name.deleting this folder will make additional disk space available. Alternatively, you might want to rename or move the folder to keep it for troubleshooting purposes.

Run the following commands to restart the Microsoft Exchange search and Microsoft Exchange search host cotoller services

Start-Service MSExchangeFastSearch Start-Service HostControllerService

After you restart these services, exchange search will rebuild the content index catalog.

Execute the following command to terminate the Microsoft Exchange search and Microsoft Exchange search host cotoller services.

Stop-Service MSExchangeFastSearch Stop-Service HostControllerService

Delete, move, or rename the folder that contains the exchange content index catalog. The name of this folder is% exchangeinstallpath / mailbox / name of mailbox database catalog / guid12.1. Single. This folder is named exchangeinstallpath / name of mailbox database catalog For example, the name of the single old can be changed, you might rename the folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 0657134726_Catalog\F0627A72-9F1D-494A-839A-D7C915C279DB12.1.Single_OLD.

%ExchangeInstallPath\Mailbox\name of mailbox database_Catalog\GUID12.1.Single %ExchangeInstallPath\Mailbox\name of mailbox database_Catalog\GUID12.1.Single C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 0657134726_Catalog\F0627A72-9F1D-494A-839A-D7C915C279DB12.1.Single_OLD C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 0657134726_Catalog\F0627A72-9F1D-494A-839A-D7C915C279DB12.1.Single_OLD %ExchangeInstallPath\Mailbox\name of mailbox database_Catalog\GUID12.1.Single %ExchangeInstallPath\Mailbox\name of mailbox database_Catalog\GUID12.1.Single C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 0657134726_Catalog\F0627A72-9F1D-494A-839A-D7C915C279DB12.1.Single_OLD C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 0657134726_Catalog\F0627A72-9F1D-494A-839A-D7C915C279DB12.1.Single_OLD

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Deleting this folder can use additional disk space. In addition, to solve the problem, you can change or move and save the folder name.deleting this folder will make additional disk space available. Alternatively, you might want to rename or move the folder to keep it for troubleshooting purposes.

Run the following commands to restart the Microsoft Exchange search and Microsoft Exchange search host cotoller services

Start-Service MSExchangeFastSearch Start-Service HostControllerService

After you restart these services, exchange search will rebuild the content index catalog.

How to confirm whether it is started or not? How do you know this worked?

In exchange search, it will take a while for the content index catalog to be tested again. It might take a while for exchange search to rest the content index catalog. Run the following command to display the status of the reseeding process.

Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus | FL Name,*Index*

When the resuming of the search catalog is in progress, the value of the content indexstate property is cracking. When the resting is complete, this is changed to health.

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