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Two LDB files

Two LDB files

Two LDB files

(OP)
What would cause a database to create Two LDB files?

Can this hurt the database or should I not worry about it.

Thanks

DVannoy
A+,Network+,CNA
dvannoy@onyxes.com

RE: Two LDB files


What are the names of the LDB files? Could one be the LDB for a linked database or the system.mdw file?

Terry L. Broadbent
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RE: Two LDB files

(OP)
i am using the system.mdw file for security. but i never noticed this before....everything works fine.

DVannoy
A+,Network+,CNA
dvannoy@onyxes.com

RE: Two LDB files


You should see an LDB for the workgroup file (system.mdw) as well as teh databases involved. Looks like there's no problem.

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