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Excahnge 2010 LOG FILES

I support an Exchange server 2010 environment that is experiencing disk space issues due to log file accumulation.  Our email Database files reside on the D:\ drive and log files are written to the L:\ drive.  The L:\ drive fills up every few days.

Our only method of backup is vRanger VM backing up the VMs to a NAS device.  Using a backup to a tape drive with software is not an option for financial reasons.

Is there a way for us to determine whether logs have been committed to the Exchange database,  and a way to cleanly (and possibly automatically) clear out logs so that our drive doesn’t fill up?

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8/22/2022 - Mon

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As suggested by ckratsch do a full backup to clear the logs. Logs will be cleared by the system.
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