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Excahange 2010 Transaction logs growing with circular logging enabled

Posted on 2013-06-28
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Hi All-

Has anybody seen this before? Circular logging is enabled but T logs keep growing and filling up the disk.

Yes, the DB and been dismounted and mounted again!

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You need to dismount and mount the db or restart IS service to take this effect.
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there is no need to restart the IS or dismount/mount, circular loggin will take effect after 1 to 2 hours without any intervention.

Common reason for what you are seeing is that you have a DAG and the log files are not able to be copied to all nodes. in that case, circular logging or not, logs won't be deleted
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