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    I just completed a "server restore". I was greeted by a corrupted backup database. I have run backup "repair" twice. My backup tab shows zero backups, however the Server Storage page reports 1.2TB (yes terrabytes) being used for backups.

    Do I have any alternatives to just just removing all the disks and reformatting them on a PC and then putting it all together again and starting again with a server restore?

    Is there anything equivelant to a compact database like Access has?

    Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Bechthold View Post
    I just completed a "server restore". I was greeted by a corrupted backup database. I have run backup "repair" twice. My backup tab shows zero backups, however the Server Storage page reports 1.2TB (yes terrabytes) being used for backups.

    Do I have any alternatives to just just removing all the disks and reformatting them on a PC and then putting it all together again and starting again with a server restore?

    Is there anything equivelant to a compact database like Access has?

    Gary
    WHS backups are quite different than an Access database. See http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...d_Restore.docx for more information.

    I think you may get better answers if you visit one or more of the WHS sites I posted before.

    Joe
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