Generation of logs is nothing but transaction been noted down. If some one
send a message of 100 MB then you could expect 20 logs for that. some one
forwards that , then again .......
so possibily a big email coming in or circling inside the org.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Douglas M. Long" <dlong@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, August 08, 2005 7:41 PM
Subject: [exchangelist] Excessive transaction logs: corrupt messages?
I had a problem this weekend where there was an excessive amount of transaction logs being created. I tried for hours to find the problem, but the only thing that looked out of the norm were messages in the queues that had no sender and I could not delete them. From that, my only conclusion was that there were malformed/corrupt messages in the queues creating these transaction logs. After a reboot everything resumed to normal.
Is there a way to detect corrupt messages (incase this happens again, I would like to pinpoint it)? Has anyone else experienced this problem, or does it sound like corrupt messages were not at fault?
Any insight is much appreciated. Thanks