Yes, I have been doing full backup but unfortunately logs arent flushed. What 
could be the possible reason for that. I have to look for it.
I am using NTBackup. There is no option for Truncate Log Files in this backup 
utility. I am running Info Store backup.
Any suggestions.


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] on behalf of Michael B. Smith
Sent: Thu 10/26/2006 11:38 AM
Subject: RE: [ActiveDir] Exchange Log files --Disk Full--

If you do a full (normal) backup using a real backup tool (ntbackup, Veritas 
with the Exchange Backup Agent, etc) - the logs will be flushed. Period.


For some reason - you aren't getting a clean backup. That's what you need to be 
checking into.


Temporarily, you can compress (using NTFS compression - not WinZIP or PowerArc 
or anything like that) the logfiles until you can make that backup.


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Technical Support
Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2006 2:09 PM
Subject: [ActiveDir] Exchange Log files --Disk Full--


Hi All,


Kindly suggest, what i can do about my Exchange Log files?

I have about 120 GB Log files for past 4 months. I have a few doubts:-


Do i really need all those log files?

If yes, Then how is it possible to manage with this as i have a very limited 
space left.

Can i delete these log files?

Backup doesnt remove these log files?


i am really running out of space on my Exchange log storage drive.




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