troubleshooting Question

sp_repldone to marked the replication dirtibuted but how to repblish the data?

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motioneyeFlag for Singapore asked on
Microsoft SQL Server 2005
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Hi,
I'm running out of space with Tlog and the only way that can I reduce the Tlog is  mark all the pending transaction as marked, so that I run a below commands

the pending replication before run sp_repldone
database                                                                                                                         replicated transactions replication rate trans/sec replication latency (sec) replbeginlsn           replnextlsn
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------- -------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------- ----------------------
HP                                                                                                                            199936                  0                          0                         0x0000001A000014850001 0x0000001A000014850004


Run the below commands and now its OK but how do I re-replicate all the 190k transaction above at later time

sp_repldone @xactid = NULL, @xact_segno = NULL, @numtrans = 0,     @time = 0, @reset = 1

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