Is there a way to prevent the backpressure from shutting down exchange if you aren't going to back it up. It sounds dumb, but if I want to run an exchange server and choose not to back it up I think I should be able to let it run anyways.
01-24-2012 01:51 PM
01-24-2012 08:44 PM
The short answer, yes. Enable circular logging and the log will overwrite itself. As a result on the actual mailstore will grow. There are several problems with doing this:
1. Restores depend on having the correct transaction logs.
2. If the mailstore dismounts for whatever reason and shows as a dirty shutdown you probably will never be able to remount it.
Circular logging is for what you are doing, testing. Nobody in their right mind would run a production server using circular logging.
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