Friday, May 14, 2010

Exchange is unable to mount the database that you specified,Error code: MapiExceptionBusy,Unable to mount database…

Problem: After dismounting Database and trying to mount it, you receive fallowing error on Clustered mailbox server, Exchange 2007,trying to bring the database online from EMC is not working,

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Microsoft Exchange Error

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Failed to mount database 'SG15MB1'.

SG15MB1

Failed

Error:

Exchange is unable to mount the database that you specified. Specified database: MailServer1\SG15\SG15MB1; Error code: MapiExceptionBusy: Unable to mount database. (hr=0x8004010b, ec=-2147221237)

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Solution:

  • Open fail over cluster Management
  • Console
  • Click Services and applications
  • Click server name, in the middle pane
  • scroll all the way down “other resources”
  • find the SG shows offline
  • Make a right click and select bring this resource ONLINE

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If you are running off single exchange server check to make sure system attendant service is running, you may have to restart this service to get going.

Best regards,
Oz Casey , Dedeal
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2 comments:

peter hobbs said...
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peter hobbs said...

Every upgrade of Exchange server generates Exchange database mounting or dismounting issues. When i had this similar issues then i looked up for a method to convert offline edb to pst file, as it is not possible to mount a corrupted database. Even PowerShell commands fails to work over offline or orphaned mailboxes. i got help from a method to convert offline edb to pst file from that was unable to mounthere (find how to access dismounted database)