process name (process id) file nameThe logfiles file name and %5 are not in a valid sequence. Logfile replay cannot succeed if there are gaps in the sequence of available logfiles.

Details
Product: Exchange
Event ID: 458
Source: ESE
Version: 6.5.0000.0
Message: process name (process id) file nameThe logfiles file name and %5 are not in a valid sequence. Logfile replay cannot succeed if there are gaps in the sequence of available logfiles.
   
Explanation

A gap in the log file sequence was detected. Log file replay cannot succeed if

there are gaps in the sequence of available log files.

You will receive the following phrase in the event Description:

Information Store (number) Restore[number]: The logfiles Exxxxxxx.log and

E0n.log are not in a valid sequence. Logfile replay cannot succeed if there are

gaps in the sequence of available logfiles.

If all log files mentioned in the Restore.env file in the temp folder for the

log files and chk file, and the log files subsequent to that in the

production folder are not in contiguous sequence and, ESE Event ID 458 results.

  • Cause 1 – This can occur if a full backup of the entire storage

    group is done and the log files are purged and then a previous backup of

    the storage group (before the last full backup is restored) is performed. 

    This produces a gap of the log files that were purged.

  • Cause 2 –  It can also happen if there is more than one

    database in a storage group, and only one of the databases is restored to the

    storage group. 

   
User Action
  • Resolution 1 – Run eseutil /cm to view the content of the
    Restore.env file. Record the range of the log files. Remove all log files that are

    out of sequence with the log file range from Restore.env.  Mount the

    database.

  • Resolution 2 – Restore a single database and do not replay log files

    that were created since the backup, and that do not affect other databases in the

    storage group, by using the following steps.  Restore the database,

    ensuring you click to clear the Last Backup Set check box.  

    Perform a manual hard recovery with the /cc and /t switches of the eseutil

    command (where <temporary_folder> is the folder that is specified in the

    Microsoft Windows NTBackup restoration temporary location for log and patch

    files dialog box, for example, “C:\Temp\My

    Backup”): “eseutil /cc “<temporary_folder>” /t” (without the quotation

    marks). Mount the database.

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