sbs2003 and exchange and TEMPDFRG.EDB and .STM

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by BrianMultiLanguage, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. 2nd Monday in a row this has happened.
    The root C: has ~ 1gb of free space(see below) and these two files appear on
    C: at 0043. Looking at the Exchange Main.
    Where can I specifiy that space that these temp files should be placed?

    Since we have pared done the drives a lot I am going to (this is a question)
    1. break the mirror
    2. remove one drive.
    3. install a 146scsi.
    4. image the 73 to the 146 using larger partitions.
    5. remove the last 73 and boot from the 146.
    6. install the second 146 and mirror it back up.

    drive layout as follows:
    C: 10gb
    E: 15gb (exchange)
    F: 45gb (data, shares, clientapps,etc..)
    These are mirrored, 2 73gb scsi.
    BrianMultiLanguage, Jul 2, 2007
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    Claus Guest

    Are you using software or hardware mirror?
    Claus, Jul 2, 2007
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    Don Murphy Guest

    As long as they are not "Dynamic Disks" I prefer to use a drive copying tool
    like Acronis or bootitNG. This allows you to safely remove the original
    drives and put them back in if something goes wrong.

    Don Murphy
    Don Murphy, Jul 2, 2007
  4. It is an OS mirror.
    Yes they are dynamic.
    Any one know the Exchange question?
    BrianMultiLanguage, Jul 2, 2007
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    Claus Guest

    I looked at your original post again and I'm still not sure what you are
    talking about with regard to exchange. Can you explain that a little more?
    If your question is how to move the store, you do that from within ESM.
    Drill down to the store, right-click, select properties, data, click browse
    and browse to the new location.
    Claus, Jul 2, 2007
  6. Sorry forgot the important bits.
    The root C: has ~ 1gb of free space(see below) and these two files appear on
    C: at 0043 and they are TEMPDFRG.EDB AND TEMPDFRG.STM. Looking at the
    Exchange Main., it is done on Saturday night so what creates these file and
    what specifiys where they are created?
    BrianMultiLanguage, Jul 2, 2007
  7. Probably uses the temp directory variable.
    kj [SBS MVP] \(rookie\), Jul 2, 2007
  8. Where in SBS2003, Exchange is that set? Registry?

    BrianMultiLanguage, Jul 2, 2007
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    Claus Guest

    Did you run an offline defrag?

    Claus, Jul 2, 2007
  10. The temp variable?

    My computer | Properties | Advanced | Environmental Vairaibles | System

    Exchange online maintenance schedule is described in the article.
    kj [SBS MVP] \(rookie\), Jul 2, 2007
  11. No is was set in maintenace for Sunday night.

    BrianMultiLanguage, Jul 3, 2007
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