Setup: Hyper-V 2012 R2 host, primary guest is TFS single server installation w/ SharePoint (includes SQL for TFS ops)
The SharePoint install is used solely to support TFS operations for a very small development effort. The single server setup has been working terrifically for some time. This server is used for nothing other than TFS and TFS supporting SharePoint operations.
The problem is that the server VHD filled up, which I'm guessing is a straightforward issue of saving logs from one or all of the following:
Server OS, TFS, SharePoint
I am posting on other stack exchanges regarding the server OS and TFS, but posting this with regards to SharePoint. I was able to easily expand the VHD size, but I suspect the problem will return again. I'd like to fix the underlying cause.
Do I have to set parameters to keep SharePoint from over running the disk space with logs, or is SharePoint likely innocent of the disk usage problem I am experiencing? I have full access to SharePoint setup.