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How should you tune / changes the Exchange 2007 message tracking log ?

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi All,

What should be the configuration of Exchange Server Message tracking log ?

Get-ExchangeServer | where {$_.isHubTransportServer -eq $true} | Get-TransportServer | select Name, *MessageTracking* | ft -AutoSize

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from the powershell above result here's the result:

what is the best practice if I want to have a retention of let say 4 months ?
Name        MessageTrackingLogEnabled MessageTrackingLogMaxAge MessageTrackingLogMaxDirectorySize MessageTrackingLogMaxFileSize MessageTrackingLogPat                                                                                                                                h                    
----        ------------------------- ------------------------ ---------------------------------- ----------------------------- ---------------------
ExHTServer1                      True 20.00:00:00              250MB                              10MB                          D:\Program Files\M...
ExHTServer2                      True 20.00:00:00              250MB                              10MB                          D:\Program Files\M...
ExHTServer3                      True 20.00:00:00              250MB                              10MB                          D:\Program Files\M...

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Hi there,

you've got the "MessageTrackingLogMaxAge"-property of an Transportserver that you can change to a value that you'd like.
The default value is "30.00:00:00" (30 days).

It can be set using: Set-Transportserver -Identity 'servername' -MessageTrackingLogMaxAge 'timetokeep'


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Michael
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ah, IC
so what about the filesize itself ?
should I change it also or it is the rule of how big is the log file size chunk ?
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Well,

you'd want to limit the log file size (directory size) to make sure that your drive doesn't run out of space and that your log doesn't get too big.
It's up to you to define what you're up to :)

Grts,

Michael
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