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Module 4:

Creating and Managing


Stores and
Storage Groups
Overview

 Stores
 Storage Groups
 ESE Functionality in Exchange 2000
 Implementing Full-Text Indexing
 Stores

 Overview of Stores
 Creating and Configuring Stores
 Managing Stores
 Submitting Data to a Store
Overview of Stores

Exchange 2000

Store

.stm .edb
Creating and Configuring Stores
Public Folder Store (Server1) Properties
Full-Text Indexing Details Policies Security
General Database Replication Limits

Public Folder Store (Server1)

Associated public folder tree:


First Administrative Group/Public Folders

Clients support S/MIME signatures


Display plain text messages in a fixed-sized font

OK Cancel Apply Help


Managing Stores

 Deleting a Mailbox Store


 Deleting a Public Store
 Moving the Corresponding Database
Files
 Mounting and Dismounting Stores
Submitting Data to a Store
SMTP/NNTP/
MAPI
HTTP
Submit Store Submit
Private or Public MDB

Property Store
Streaming Store
(EDB) (STM)

Data Data Data

Property
On-demand Conversion
Promotion
On-demand Conversion

MAPI Retrieve
View/Search
Retrieve Retrieve POP3/IMAP4/
Retrieve
NNTP/HTTP
 Storage Groups

 Overview of Storage Groups


 Creating and Configuring Storage
Groups
 Managing Transaction Log Files
Overview of Storage Groups

Exchange 2000

Storage Group A

Transaction Log
Store Store

Store Store

Store
Creating and Configuring Storage
Groups

Storage Group A Storage Group B

ESE ESE

Transaction Log

Transaction Log
Store Store Store Store Store Store

Store Store Reserved Store Store Reserved


Managing Transaction Log Files

 Managing Disparities Between


Memory and Log Files
 Optimizing Log File Reliability
 Maintaining Transaction Logs
 Moving Transaction Log Files
 ESE Functionality in Exchange
2000

 ACID Transactions
 Previous Log Files
 Checkpoint Files
 Reserved Log Files
 File Location
 Circular Logging
ACID Transactions

 Atomic
 Consistent
 Isolated
 Durable
Previous Log Files

Current Logs Are Renamed After 5 MB


of Data Is Accepted
Current Log Previous Logs

E0000001.LOG
E0000002.LOG
3 MB
5 Renamed E0000003.LOG
.
.
.

New
E00.lo
g
(5 MB)
Checkpoint Files

Transaction Log
Entries Written
to the Database

Transaction
E00.chk Log
Entries Not
Yet Written
to the
Database E0000001.log
Reserved Log Files

1 2
Out of Writes 5 MB 5 MB
Disk Space
Memory res2.log res1.log

3 4
Writes Microsoft Exchange
Services
Event Log Shut
Down
File Location
System Partition and Page File
C:\ Boot Partition D:\
Mirror Set
All Database Files For
Both Storage Groups
G:\
Storage Group 1 Stripe Set with Parity
E:\ Transaction Logs

Mirror Set

Storage Group 2
F:\ Transaction Logs

Mirror Set
Circular Logging

E000005.log
E000001.log E000002.log E000003.log E000004.log

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7 9 14 4
15
30 44 40 15
62
5 2 16 23
25
53 18 99 42
36
4 6 19 26
17
70 13 33 34
94
8 11 31 46
47
3 22 20 29
82
1 12 52 61
10
71 35 21 48
 Implementing Full-Text Indexing

 Benefits of Full-Text Indexing


 Search Architecture for Full-Text
Indexing
 Administering Full-Text Indexing
 Troubleshooting Full-Text Indexing
Benefits of Full-Text Indexing

Benefits Considerations

Faster Searching CPU Consumption

Searching Attachments Hard Disk Consumption

Normalized Searching Incomplete Index = Inaccurate Results

Configurable Per Store


Search Architecture for Full-Text
Indexing
Outlook 97, 98, 2000

1 5

MAPI DAV OLEDB

Store
Process

Query Processor
Query
Split/Merge
2
4

Property
Part Collator

Query and Scope


3
Scope
MSSearch
Checking DLL
Administering Full-Text Indexing

Create

Schedule
Updates
Full-Text
Indexing

Populate
Troubleshooting Full-Text Indexing

Gather Files

Application Log

System Monitor
Lab A: Creating Storage Groups and
Multiple Exchange 2000 Databases
Lab B: Building a Full-Text Index
Review

 Stores
 Storage Groups
 ESE Functionality in Exchange 2000
 Implementing Full-Text Indexing