Exchange 2010 Commited logs

I have exchange 2010. We are in the process of implementing backup so the backup will clear the commited logs, however at this moment I need to do so manually. Looking at the logs how do I know which ones  are commited to the database already and are save for me to delete them.

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Clearing log files manually is a very bad idea, you have to know that the backup Will only flush after logs and database is backed up

I would really advise against it but circular logging will do what you wantand it is still safer than doing it manually !

Readthis carefuly
Forgot to add the article is based on 2003 but  it is the same for 2010
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