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RRV Bucket error Recovery

it is very most draw back of .nsf file and we all notes guys faced such issue and it is very difficult to recover if file get damage and with RRV Bucket error. in case there is no backup copy. kindly find the solution/too for this so it can be recover easily. 

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  • Jul 19 2018
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    Thomas Hampel commented
    July 21, 2018 01:48

    If you encounter errors like this you should investigate + fix the root cause. Domino can provide some help, but the real root cause on why your disks are failing you still need to identify. In Domino 10 there is a feature that will allow automatic repair of damaged databases within a cluster.

    For non clustered servers there is no other solution than to restore from a backup because the file is damaged on disk and there is no chance to have Domino repairing it.

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    July 20, 2018 22:52

    RRV bucket errors would be the result of a storage problem. Recovery from such errors would be difficult. There must be missing blocks. If you could fill in what is missing through the use of alternate keys,
    that would be wonderful. A restore from before the corruption occurred is often the best option.

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    July 19, 2018 17:44

    Does'nt this error indicate a problem with the underlying disk subsystem?