My problem is that my log files is increasing rapidly and the disk reserved for log files (80 gb) is running out of space. This started yestoday. The database is placed on another disk (.edb =20 gb). The strange thing is that the log files after less than 3 hours groves from 2 gb to 60 gb. So the total amount of all log files is much bigger than the actual .edb. file.
There are no extraordinary traffic to and from the Exchange server and everything looks normal.
What I have done:
First I ran a full backup merging the log files into the database - this was not possible because I did not have enough free space on the log drive (80 gb). After that i enabled circular logging which merged all log files. But when I disabled the circular logging again the creation of log files exploded.
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