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we will “fake backup” drive D and this will trigger the logs to be purged.

If you have separated your log files and database file in different drives, or you want to include additional databases in the “backup” you must include the additional drives in the process, so in the example below, you will “Add volume e:” after “Add volume drive d:” and so on…

If you can sustain a downtime (should be around minutes or so) the easiest method will be to enable Circular Logging on your database / storage group – see more here – Update 01/May/2013 – The exchange team has written a script which helps troubleshoot and identity issues with Backups etc.. and then panic starts, “hey my databases were dismounted…” then of course the administrator realizes that the space on the log drive or volume has indeed ran out and now he needs to figure out what to delete.. So how can you delete or purge Exchange server logs without any risk ?

well, in simple – you cannot, because the whole idea of restoring an Exchange or for this matter any transactional database requires you to have a first – “full” backup of the database itself and all transaction logs that were generated since the the date of the database creation date, or the last “successful” “full backup”.

ESE Event ID 224 – Logs are now purged 🙂 MSExchange IS Event ID 9780 – Backup is now complete.

Now you need to run the Stop-Clustered Mailbox Server cmdlet to stop the clustered mailbox server using the following syntax: Stop-Clustered Mailbox Server -Stop Reason “Upgrade to SP2” 9.note: This method was tested on an Exchange server with Locally Attached Disks, not storage attached LUNs. You should preform a “Full Backup” right after this process is done.This example will show you how to purge the logs for a database that is located on Drive D, the log files of the databases are also located in Drive D.Preparations As one of the first steps before you start your project plan to move to Exchange 2010 SP1 you should check if your existing hardware is suitable for Windows Server 2008 R2.In general one of the preparation steps is to flash your servers ROM to the newest available release to make sure that Windows Server 2008 R2 is supported.

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