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Exchange 2010 Logs Eating Up Storage Space

The Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 writes all processes – before it enters them into its database – in “transaction logs”. From these logs, the entire database can therefore be reconstructed in the event of damage. But I don’t want to go into this in detail – if you are interested in this, you can read more about it here: link. The real problem is that these logs can eat a lot of memory over time. Read here how to free it.

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