I apologize if this is in the incorrect forum, i figured its more of a sysAdmin issue then just 'software'.
I am having some issues with Reporting Services and its log files. I know next to nothing about it... so bear with me. the OS is Small Business Server 2k3, on a 12GB partition.
Reporting Services log files have been chewing up my disk space like no other. i had 6GB of log files in there... and teh computer has only been running (ie in teh office, owned by us, etc) for two months, so its not like its years of buildup.
i had a over 250 logs in there... a few were normal log file sizes.. but most were 33MB each. now, this strikes me as extremely odd, and not normal. i figure there are a couple possible problems going on.
1) log file properties are just FUBARed and i should change them. the problem with that is that i have no idea where Reporting Services would have its log file properties or whatnot. help with this is appreciated.
2) there is actually something bad going on with my Reporting Services that is causing these huge logfiles. the thing with this is that i know nothing about it... so i might need help deciphering them.
any help in this matter is appreciated. thanks TZ.