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Can I disable Log on SQL Server2000?

Posted on 2003-11-03
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Writing to the log file can reduce performance. Given that I never need to recreate the database from the log file, is it possible to disable writing to the log in order to improve performance?

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Stevod
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No you cannot disable the log.

The best you can do is set recovery mode to simple which just truncates the log on checkpoint.
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