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lotus notes 8.5 fixup

vargaetele

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so I'm new to lotus notes, and this question is probably over kill since i am just a user, and don't administer the server, but in another questions it was suggested to try running fixup. so i started googleing fixup and found this statement


"Keep in mind that after you set up transaction logging, Fixup is not needed or used to bring databases back to a consistent state."


so I can't help but wonder why you wouldn't need something to fix a corrupted database if transaction logging is set? this suggests that transaction logging keeps databases from becoming corrupt. is that what transaction logging does? if so how?
 

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The best way to do it is to rename the file then force a replication from a known good server.


If it is not too corrupted you can do an updall -r and it will rebuild the indexes.


Try running nfixup.exe against it. If that doesn’t work, try ncompact -c against it.


Note: ncompact exists in all workstation installs. nfixup is not part of the client — you can copy it off a server that runs at a similar NBotes version.


Make sure to use the -c option with compact (ncompact -c whatever\your\file.nsf)


Please visit to know more about your issue:


https://www.repairtoolbox.com/lotusnotesrepair.html Lotus Notes Repair Toolbox

http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/other/other-aa/lotus-notes/1393-nsf-file-corruption

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-7/1135994-i-need-help-lotus-notes.html
 

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