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Non Database File or Corrupted Database DB – Event ID 9511 Resolved

Published on 15 May 17
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Are you sick and tired of finding the method to resolve Event ID 9511 – Non-database file or corrupted database, but still unable to find any relevant solution? Do not worry; this is the right place for you. In this blog, we will discuss a different solution to fix this problem along with an expert solution.
When the information store of Exchange Server attempts to access certain data from the damaged Exchange database or non-database file, then Event ID 9511 along with the error message Non-database file or corrupted database occurs. The main reason behind the error is corruption in MS Exchange Server database. It happens due to physical or logical inconsistency in Exchange. The event id can be temporary or permanent.
Solutions to Resolve Event ID 9511 in Microsoft Exchange
To resolve the non-database file or corrupted DB issue, follow one or more of these steps:
1. In case the problem is momentary, it will be fixed automatically.
2. You can dismount the corrupted database. For this, run Eseutil /G & with this, execute an integrity check to verify the inconsistencies inside the database. After this run Eseutil /P to repair the database. This is how you can run both the commands:
ToRun Eseutil /G (Integrity)
The basic command-line syntax for running the integrity check using ESEUTIL is ESEUTIL /G Mailbox Database.edb
Note: 20 percent of the size of MS Exchange database disk space must be available
In case, there is not much space then you can transmit the files and check to temporary database on a drive that has more space by this /Tpath_to_temporary_database
For instance
ESEUTIL /G Mailbox Database.edb /T\\Server1\d$\scratchpad.edb
Note: Do put space between /T and specification of path. Use an ordinary specification of drive letter path if needed.
To Run Eseutil /P (Repair)
This is the basic command line syntax to repair database via ESEUTIL
ESEUTIL /P database_filename.edb
Note: In Exchange Server 5.5, run /V
While running this command, you may face these problems:
Database & streaming files do not match: Hard crashes may result, database & streaming files out of synchronization with each other. It is also possible that you will receive streaming data, which is expired with the database. To avoid this file type in the command like this ESEUTIL /P priv1.edb /I
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The streaming file is missing: You can repair the database even if the complete data has been wiped out or is missing. In this case, you need to create a new streaming file and for this type in this ESEUTIL /P PRIV1.EDB /CREATESTM
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1. You can run the Database Recovery Management tool for getting more information to solve the problem. This utility is associated with Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant & available in the Toolbox of the Exchange Management Console.
2. Another way is to find related ESE event under the Application log. With this, you can get the particular reasons along with the error information in detail. After this, you can rectify the error.
After trying all the above-mentioned solutions, if you are still getting the same error message then, you should take help of a third party utility.
Guaranteed Rectification of Error with Exchange Recovery Tool
Exchange recovery is a trustworthy software that deals with the problem intelligently. Unlike the manual solutions, it provides the guaranteed result. It can repair the data of Exchange mailboxes in an effortless way. The software also convert Exchange mailbox to PST file and other 4 more formats. Apart from this, it comes up with numerous attractive features that make it worth a look.
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The Bottom Line
Exchange Server is gaining popularity among many organizations for the maintenance of the data. However, unlike any other server, users may encounter some errors in Exchange Server as well. Event ID 9511 with the error code Non-database file or corrupted database DB is one such error message. Therefore, after considering the reason behind this, we have discussed some manual solution to fix the issue. We have also bought an automated method to fix it.
Are you sick and tired of finding the method to resolve Event ID 9511 – Non-database file or corrupted database, but still unable to find any relevant solution? Do not worry; this is the right place for you. In this blog, we will discuss a different solution to fix this problem along with an expert solution.

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to create a new streaming file and for this type in this ESEUTIL /P PRIV1.EDB /CREATESTM

Exchange mailbox to PST file and other 4 more formats. Apart from this, it comes up with numerous attractive features that make it worth a look.

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The Bottom Line

Exchange Server is gaining popularity among many organizations for the maintenance of the data. However, unlike any other server, users may encounter some errors in Exchange Server as well. Event ID 9511 with the error code Non-database file or corrupted database DB is one such error message. Therefore, after considering the reason behind this, we have discussed some manual solution to fix the issue. We have also bought an automated method to fix it.

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