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  • Database Defragment error -1014

    Hello Team,

    The eseutil defrag about 40% then it kick back the error "Operation terminated with error -1014 (JET_errOutOfBuffers, Out of database page buffers)

    is this because the EDB and STM getting so big?
    EDB = 55GB
    STM = 27GB

    I was using eseutil /d "E\exchange\priv1.edb" /t "k:\tmp\priv1.edb"

    k = USB drive.

    Thanks,
    HN
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    Re: Database Defragment error -1014

    Its not the size.
    Its the fact that you are using a USB drive. They aren't quick enough. You need to use local storage.

    Although I wouldn't bother with an offline defrag personally. As the white space is taken in to account when it comes to calculating the database size, unless it is completely full the database would continue to work. If you are at that size and it dismounts, then an offline defrag isn't going to help.

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      Re: Database Defragment error -1014

      you are correct. I did use USB drive as a temp location. I couldnt use local drive because non of the local drive have enough disk space.

      Thanks,
      HN

      Originally posted by Sembee View Post
      Its not the size.
      Its the fact that you are using a USB drive. They aren't quick enough. You need to use local storage.

      Although I wouldn't bother with an offline defrag personally. As the white space is taken in to account when it comes to calculating the database size, unless it is completely full the database would continue to work. If you are at that size and it dismounts, then an offline defrag isn't going to help.

      Simon.

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