I noticed on Friday that one of our BES servers was consuming a ton of CPU and not delivering messages very quickly. The CalHelper.exe process was consuming a majority of the CPU. I put Outlook into debug mode and found a bunch of entries like this:

Code:
07-11-2009 12:47:41.668 [3532]: DEBUG: Zimbra::Rpc::UserSession::GetSupportObject - m_pMapiSup = 0000000000
07-11-2009 12:47:41.668 [3532]: Zimbra::Store::Wrappers::IMSProviderWrapperImpl::CompareStoreIDs. done. hr: 0x0
07-11-2009 12:47:41.668 [3532]: Zimbra::Store::Wrappers::IMSProviderWrapperImpl::CompareStoreIDs. flags: 0x0
07-11-2009 12:47:41.668 [3532]: Zimbra::Store::Wrappers::IMSProviderWrapperImpl::CompareStoreIDs. the entry ids do not refer to the same store
07-11-2009 12:47:41.668 [3532]: Zimbra::Store::Wrappers::IMSProviderWrapperImpl::CompareStoreIDs. first entry id: 000000004e495441f9bfb80100aa0037d96e0000000043003a005c0044006f00630075006d0065006e0074007300200061006e0064002000530065007400740069006e00670073005c00410064006d0069006e006900730074007200610074006f0072005c004c006f00630061006c002000530065007400740069006e00670073005c004100700070006c00690063006100740069006f006e00200044006100740061005c004d006900630072006f0073006f00660074005c004f00750074006c006f006f006b005c0042006c00610063006b00420065007200720079005300650072007600650072002e007a00640062000000
07-11-2009 12:47:41.668 [3532]: Zimbra::Store::Wrappers::IMSProviderWrapperImpl::CompareStoreIDs. second entry id: 000000004e495441f9bfb80100aa0037d96e0000000043003a005c0044006f00630075006d0065006e0074007300200061006e0064002000530065007400740069006e00670073005c00410064006d0069006e006900730074007200610074006f0072005c004c006f00630061006c002000530065007400740069006e00670073005c004100700070006c00690063006100740069006f006e00200044006100740061005c004d006900630072006f0073006f00660074005c004f00750074006c006f006f006b005c0042006c00610063006b00420065007200720079005300650072007600650072002e007a00640062000000

Today, the disk filled up The BlackBerry Server zdb file blew up to 20GB in size. I'm running the scanpst tool on the file right now. Has anyone else seen this and is there any recovering?