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Transaction Logs Exchange 2007

Hello there,

There is a "safe" way to flush the transaction logs manually?

I am being having problems with our backup software to flush the logs, ( i am using Bexec 2010 R3) and the logs are not being flush, as you probably know, Bexec tech support is not the best, so while I am doing my test on how to make this work, my biggest problem are the transaction logs, how can I flush them??  before something bad happen?
Tanus Sacin
Tanus Sacin
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This article will tell you how to check if the logs that are left on disk after a backup are still needed and let you know which files you can get rid off.
Tanus SacinAuthor Commented:
Forget to mention I have a ccr environment
Malli BoppeCommented:
Check the below link. You can use eseutil to check which logs are committed.
Please do read them carefully and manually delete them.I done in the past with out any problem.

Easiest way and recommended way is to turn circular logging.But you need to dismount and remount the databases.

Same applies for CCR cluster as well.
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