[afnog] Windows Server 2008 C Drive full error

Samuel Olembo lungati.olembo at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 12:38:59 UTC 2016

Hi Gina,

I'd recommend downloading WinDirStat (windirstat.net). It's a useful tool
for checking disk space. You may find that it's exchange log files that are
taking up most of the space. The best way to handle them is to enable
windows server backup (an exchange plugin which removes those exchange log
files after they're backed up).

All the best.

Sam Lungati.
Node Africa Ltd.

On Wednesday, 16 November 2016, Gina Girimana <grgmami at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone
>  This is Gina from Bujumbura asking for help.
> We have a Exchange system running on a DAG with 3 servers members. A few
> days ago I got the C drive of one of the servers growing with no reason.
> The databases are located on a different drive D: drive.I tried to look at
> every single folder and file to see what is filling that drive. I did not
> find any solution. With the different forums i did not get any answer to
> this. Note that We have a Kaspersky Antivirus running.Please give me a help
> and orientation on this. We are running in Vmware environment and on
> Windows Server 2008.
> Thanks in advance.
> --
> *Gina Girimana.Regards.*
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