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How to Clear the database log file.

Posted on 2003-11-05
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Dear Sir,

When  we create Database(SQL server 2000)
.mdf,.ldf file also create. .ldf is log file of the database. now .ldf file is so big.
so, i would like to reduce or clear the old log file and create new log file. how i can do it.


Best Regards,

M. Rafeek
md_yasheen@hotmail.com
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