About arcserve defrag for Windows XP operating system help

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I am almost a new user. I am facing problems with arcserve defrag. How can I defrag a database in Arcserve ?

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About arcserve defrag for Windows XP operating system help

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In case you want to create more disk space, you will need to either manually delete the output files once you have done the  defrag or you can just run keybuild.

Another way to defrag a database in Arcserve will be as follows:

  • First, you will need to stop your arcserve database service.
  • And then you will open the "database" folder.
  • After that you will delete all files that have got the extension .ch*
  • And then start the database service.
  • After that you will have to start the initialization of the aspstdat.

You database should be much smaller after that.

Regards,

Carl

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #84230

About arcserve defrag for Windows XP operating system help

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Run this command to defrag an ArcServe DB:

dbdefrag -L arcserve;admin;secret [db name]

That is all I can do to help you with the problem of derangement database in ArcServ, unless you load some more details of what problem you ran in to? 

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