|Message:||%1 (%2) %3The database engine (%5.%6.%7.%8) started a new instance (%4).|
This Information event frequently occurs with two other related events. The following describes these three events.
There is only one ESE database engine, Ese.dll, per server. However, there can be one instance of ESE running per storage group. Event 102 signifies and indicates which instance of ESE has started. Event 103 indicates which instance has stopped. However, an error is never mentioned in the description section of event 103. Event 104 indicates a problem and that the named instance of ESE has stopped with a definite error associated with it. The error is named in the description section of event 104.
These events can occur in the ordinary operation of an Exchange Server environment, or they may be associated with errors.
To resolve ESE Event ID 102, examine related events in the Application log that occur before and after ESE event 103. These related events provide more information about the root cause of this error. The resolution of ESE event 102 depends on the error code in the description of the associated events.
For more information about ESE event 103, search for information about that event in the Errors and Events Message Center.
For more information about ESE event 104, search for information about that event in the Errors and Events Message Center.
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