Excessive transaction logs being generated

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Lotus Domino server
Lotus Domino Server 9
Lotus Notes Transaction Logging
Hi, my Domino 9 server was running fine until recently where its now creating transaction logs at a rate of 15GB/hour (4 to 5 TXN log files per minute) which is way higher than usual. This server hosts applications only and is not an email server
This happens during business hours as after hours only 1 or 2 TXN files are generated per hour
The log.nsf shows no unusual activity and the server does not seem to be under load (CPU, memory usage & server performance seems fine)
Any ideas? I'm thinking corrupt db but see no log file references stating a corruption


Software/Hardware used:
Domino 9, Windows 2008

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