Updating and creating indexes unsuccessful

Then when a catalog is detected as damaged, SAS will automatically respond based on your specification.

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This specification gives the application control over the repair decision and provides awareness that a problem occurred.

To recover the damaged data file, you can issue the REPAIR statement in PROC DATASETS, which is documented in tells SAS to automatically repair the file and rebuild indexes, integrity constraints, and the audit file as well.

To determine the type of action SAS will take when it tries to open a SAS data file that is damaged, set the DLDMGACTION= data set option or system option.

That is, when a data file is detected as damaged, SAS will automatically respond based on your specification as follows: tells SAS to stop the step without a prompt and issue an error message to the log indicating that the requested file is damaged.

For interactive mode, SAS displays a dialog box that asks you to select the FAIL, ABORT, or REPAIR action. For severe damage, the entire catalog is copied to a new catalog.

On an Exchange Server 2013 server you may encounter failed content indexes that are preventing end users from being able to run searches in OWA and Outlook.

A failed content index will be visible in the output of Get-Mailbox Database Copy Status: Get-Mailbox Database Copy Status * | ft -auto Name Status Copy Queue Length Replay Queue Length Last Inspected Log Time Content Index State ---- ------ --------------- ----------------- -------------------- ----------------- DB01EX2013SRV1 Mounted 0 0 Failed And Suspended DB02EX2013SRV1 Mounted 0 0 Failed And Suspended DB03EX2013SRV1 Mounted 0 0 Healthy DB04EX2013SRV1 Mounted 0 0 Failed And Suspended DB05EX2013SRV1 Mounted 0 0 Disabled Log Name: Application Source: MSExchange IS Date: 2/16/2015 AM Event ID: 1012 Description: Exchange Server Information Store has encountered an error while executing a full-text index query ("e Discovery search query execution on database 191987bf-5e9f-4ba4-b13b-3cadcb9e51f5 failed.").

Exception Detail]: Internal error while processing request (Fault Detail is equal to An Exception Detail, likely created by Include Exception Detail In Faults=true, whose value is: Microsoft.

To recover the damaged catalog, you can issue the REPAIR statement in PROC DATASETS, which is documented in the .

Note that when you use the REPAIR statement to restore a catalog, you receive a warning for entries that have possible damage.

Processing Engine Exception: Internal error while processing request at Microsoft.

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