Microsoft Exchange Server Transaction Log Files

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    Circular logging is a method of conserving hard disk space in the Microsoft Exchange transactional logging process. It works by overwriting individual log files to keep the transactional log (the set of all log files) from expanding without limit on ... 

About Microsoft Exchange Server Transaction Log Files

Microsoft Exchange Server saves data to transaction log files before it commits it to the database. Transaction log files can be used as a disaster recovery method if Exchange databases become corrupted or fail. But if they're not managed and stored properly, transaction logs can burden disk I/O and quickly eat up hard drive space. These tips and tutorials will teach you how properly store, back up, move, delete and recover Exchange Server transaction logs.