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|Source: NTDS ISAM|
NTDS (284) Online defragmentation has completed a full pass on database 'C:\WINNT\NTDS\ntds.dit'.
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What is NTDS and what are the roles of its components?
What is the role of the NTDS.dit file?
See "JSI Tip 2599" for a situation in which this event may occur.
Check ME258062 for details.
Elliott Fields Jr
With online defragmentation, database pages are effectively rearranged within the data file, but no space is released back into the file system. Online defragmentation is performed automatically by ESE at regular intervals following the garbage collection process. For more details see article ME229602.
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|Links: ME229602, ME258062, JSI Tip 2599|
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