VM windows 2003 server

i have a virtual server(windows 2003)under esx.
Today i released server looses C: MB ever 10 min. 1mb oder 2 mb.
What eat my spaces ?

Plese Help?
apollo-13Asked:
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rjanowskyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
What apps have you server running?  Perhaps there is some kind of extensive logging for one app (ie IIS) in place.
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apollo-13Author Commented:
virus server and blackberry server no IIS but i have apache
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apollo-13Author Commented:
i did newstart server but not help
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rjanowskyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Blackberry server is well known to write massive logs. Have a look at this Blackberry KB13959 article regarding the logfiles.
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apollo-13Author Commented:
how can i find where goes MB?
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rjanowskyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Check at the Blackberry server under "C:\Program Files (x86)\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\Logs". At this place are usually all the BES logfiles located. Via the log folder properties can you get infos about the used space.
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apollo-13Author Commented:
can i erase Blackberry Logs 13gb says
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rjanowskyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
The logs are organized by date. I delete routinely the oldest logs, but normally I try to hold logfiles for a period of roundabout 30 days. How old are the oldest folder with the logfiles?
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apollo-13Author Commented:
from 25.03.2013 to every daY TODAY
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apollo-13Author Commented:
but still sinking my C: Drive place ,5 minute ago was 13gb and now 12.5gb, where are going ?
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apollo-13Author Commented:
oh sorry they are from 25.03.2009  :) )
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rjanowskyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I would suggest deleting in a first run all the folders up to end of April  and check again the size of the BES logs. Perhaps you should monitor the folder a bit, to get a feeling how much space you need for the logs.

A very useful tool to find the biggest directories and files is Treesize from Jam software.
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apollo-13Author Commented:
still continue sinking MB , :(
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rjanowskyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Use Treesize to find the file/dir which is using the most space on the disk. After this file is recognized, you can start looking for the application which is writing the logs.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
check and download Treesize in the OS.

if you need to resize the virtual disk check EE article here

HOW TO:  Resize a VMware (VMDK) Virtual Disk
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