Any comments and suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
So, last night I had.7 GB of transaction logs and only.3 GB of free space, which was prostitution porte saint martin going to run out in about 12 hours.
It normally has.0 GB of free space and.89 GB used space.By the way, this is our test server. .That's when I noticed the log files aren't being purged.The actual fix was to re-install the Backup Exec 11 agent onto the server and back up Exchange, which took about 5 hours.But I had not installed Acronis Exchange exchange paysafecard gr backup, just regular Acronis backup, so the Exchange logs weren't getting purged.Here's what we did.Mark, Very good question. .In one of the storage group, the transaction log partition goes down quickly to low (from 30 GB into 0 KB in just over the weekend) when the backup missed just one day thus rendering the whole mailbox on that Storage group inaccessible.I'm using BackupExec 2010 for backup. .The problem is when I tried to restore a message through BackupExec, it tries to mounts the entire mail store (260GB and I don't have enough disk space to accommodate this.My D: drive where I keep the Exchange transaction logs was.9 GB total.I opened a case with Microsoft tech support to fix it last night.That backup cleaned out the transaction logs and was the engineer's preferred method.Thanks for your reply).So, I'm back.0 GB of free space like normal.I'm having problem in one of the partition of the Exchange Server 2007 SP 2 transaction log, it is installed on my Windows Server 2008 with the configuration as CCR.
I just had this same problem, on Win2003 Standard SP2 with Exchange 2007 Enterprise SP2.It was nerve-wracking, because Backup Exec showed status of "Consistency Check" for over an hour at the beginning of its job, and I thought it was hung. .If that didn't work, here rencontre pour sexe montreal was his proposed solution in his own words: if you want to manually remove log files, then dismount the database manually check the health running eseutil /mh path of the database with database name if its in clean shut down state.Yes, my boss turned on LCR, but I don't think it's working correctly. .I've NO prior experience with Exchange 2007, and my knowledge of Exchange 2003 is limited.Is there any way to identify what could be the root cause of this problem and how to rectify this?But, a couple months ago I uninstalled the Backup Exec agent, because I switched to Acronis.
Did it a few time in exchange 2003 but seems to be diffrent in 2007.