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I have exchange 2013 in my network and has 3 DB. I have configured 3 separate drives for each DB and one 200 GB drive for logs of all 3 DB. All drives have more than 100GB free space, and still I am getting error when running BPA. Attached the screenshot. What may be the reason. What is the min lowlogvolume free space requirement
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100gb for the transaction log, and 30gb for all other logs. Exchange wants a lot of space and the current values cannot be changed - which means to keep the error clear you need to retain 100gb free space at all times.

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Hi Simon,

Any where this is documented? Also I have all drives more than 100GB, still error

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It is in the formal system requirements documentation on TechNet.
However this blog posting elsewhere on TechNet is a little more friendly.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/rischwen/archive/2013/02/21/exchange-2013-logging-and-space-requirements.aspx

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