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exchange2010 log files growing

exchange2010 databses are in dag group. We have few databases and its log are in a iscsi lun
some reason one of the log lun running out of space, that is, unusual log growths.
it must be due to iphone/smart phone.
is there any way i can find out whose device is causing that problem?
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sara2000
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x278384Commented:
yes, there is a Monitor software called ExMon, run it on your cas server could get you a list in whick you could see who cause the problem.
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colbywuCommented:
you can write a script to auto zip the log file everyday to limit the size.
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
How big are your logs right now? And how big is the database? Are you truncating the logs during backup?
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MAS (MVE)Technical Department HeadCommented:
Please schedule windows VSS backup at night to truncate the logs as mentioned above.
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sara2000Author Commented:
Thank you for the quick response,
Backup the database ,  enable/disable circular log etc from old days.
I have to find the reason why the unusual growth in the log volumes and stop that.
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
Are these the database log files, or, protocol logs files, message tracking logs files, or, IIS log files?

If database log files, how large are the log files, how large is the database?

Are you backing up every night/truncating logs ever night?
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