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Is there a way to find out what filled up the Transaction Log?

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I have SQL Server 2008 and yesterday my transaction log was 60mb, now its 35gb in one day! Is there a way to find out what did this so I can correct the problem?
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RiteshShah earned 500 total points
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well, there is no direct way to read transaction log, you may get some help from any 3rd party tools like red-gate tool belt. otherwise, you are out of luck, generally bulk operation flood the transaction log much.
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