Just be assigned to support a new system, a Unity 4.04 VM stand alone , the hard drive is too small, the D drive keeps running out of space,no network backup ever made. my question, I was told one of backup method from Microsoft can address this problem, when the backup is done, the backup will delete files from unity box. my question is what is the right way to do the backup? do A exchange incremental/differental back up and do a Dirt Backup at the same time OR Dirt tool can do it both? thanks
What is eating up the disk space on d-drive? If it is the exchange transactional logs, the quickest way is to do a ntbackup of exchange to clear the logs although this method of backup is not supported for unity recovery; however Microsoft may be able to help you at your own costs.
DiRT backup will not clear the transactional logs.
If you are not concerned about exchange backups, you could implement Circular logging on exchange and that will prevent exchange from filling up the disk space. The caveat is that if you do a weekly backup, you can only recover to the point of backup and NOT to the point of failure.
I enabled circular logging in my lab exchange server (from the storage group) and the files did not get removed. Neither did restarting the information store. However the size does not increase at this point.
As I don't like manually deleting files, I ran NTBackup to backup the Information Store and the files were then deleted.
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