I have an Exchange Server 2013 install on a single server. I am running low on disk space for the C driver where my exchange is installed. My databases are on different partitions. I am now running in to the problem of available disk space on the C drive. The C drive is 150GB and I only have around 37.5 GB of free space.
I see that Exchange 2013 generates a lot of log files in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Logging directory
I understand that these are important log files but I cannot see a way to clear old files and save on disk space. I want to avoid hitting any back pressure so that mail delivery is not interrupted.
If anyone know a good solution for keeping these large quantities of log files down it would help greatly.
You can simply change the time that Exchange retains the logs for. By default it is 30 days for most of the logs - if they are generating too much then simply change the time down - seven days might be
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