I have a database on the Always On availability group settings. The size of the log file is around 80 GB. Why is it 80 GB? Is this normal? How to free up space in the log file? What process can be followed to prevent the log file from growing at this level OR what are the possible methods to manage this type of log file so that it does not fill up all the available space?
I have noticed today that C: Program Files Microsoft Office Servers 16.0 Data Office Server Applications Search Nodes E44938 IndexComponent1 storage data SP5337bd70a708.2.I.0.0 Journal taking all the space on VS:. Can I delete these files?
I have noticed some log entries that have a colon separated by a colon instead of a client IP address. What is it?
In / var / log / exim / mainlog, there were two lines related to my hosting account with the user name "user" and the domain of the account "domain.net".
it is purported to be spam-related and I would like to ask if you can explain in detail how to read these journal lines so that I can find exactly how the site is operated by the spammer so that I can solve this problem. Thank you
messageid1 ** email@example.com F= R=smart_route T=auth_relay H=smtp.mailchannels.net (126.96.36.199) X=TLSv1.2:DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:256...
Exim mainlog meaning of the auth_relay journal line