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EX2010 DAG need to flush logs

Posted on 2014-04-17
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I have a DAG of 2 servers. They 4DB copies
The backup agent has been failing and while the consultant and the backup tech are trying to figure it out I now have 150GB of logs for all 4 DBs. Can anyone tell me how I can reduce the logs without having to recreate my copies after circular enabling?

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Question by:smithandandersen
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Hi,

Do not enable circular logging, backup may fail again if you are not restarting the replication service.

Use this script to clear the logs. This is an excellent script for solving backup issues.

http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/VSSTesterps1-script-4ed07243
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