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Sharepoint Log File Massive

Hi,

We have a Windows 2008 Standard Server running sharepoint services using IIS Version 7.

Last night the server rebooted after some windows updates were applied.

The server then created a 13.9GB Log file in the "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\Logs" folder.

Upon investigation this file was a Sharepoint Services log file, this server has never done this before and am looking for an explaination as to what may have caused it.

I have looked at the diagnostic logging level and this is unchanged from normal.

Thanks for any help you may be able to provide

Richard
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Rainer Jeschor

8/22/2022 - Mon
IanTh

is the sharepoint using local sql server

in event viewer can you see what event was just before the reboot
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Hi Ian,

Thanks for your help.

No it is using a seperate SQL server running SQL 2008

The Events directly preceeding the reboot are just the normal shutdown events you would expect to see nothing out of the ordinary at all.

Rich
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