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Hello,
My Exchange 2013 server log files are piling up. How do I go about deleting them? Can I just shut down the Exchange services and delete old ones?
Thank you!
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by:ktaczala
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Exactly which log files are you talking about?  The database transaction logs?, The W3svc logs?
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sorry the db transaction logs...
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No, don't just delete them. Are you doing backups?  Backing up should allow them to be truncated automatically.
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You temporarily do this:
(Open ECP > Servers > databases > Edit the Database > maintenance > Enable Circular Logging > Save)
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our AppAssure software isn't truncating them automatically. They are still a little behind with full Exchange 2013 support!
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ktaczala earned 500 total points
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Oops, I meant "You could temporarily do this:"
(Open ECP > Servers > databases > Edit the Database > maintenance > Enable Circular Logging > Save)
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