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SP to monitor log file growth and send alert

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We are running a database on SQL Server 2000 and I would like to monitor the growth of the log file as it recently maxed and crashed the live system.

For instance if I allocate 10GB of space to the log file i would like a stored procedure to alert me if it reaches a certain threshold; e.g 80%.

Can someone assist me with this?

Thanks
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Instead, why don't you just setup log backups as part of your maintenance routine?  If you did, you'd likely not have to worry about your log getting too large...
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Indeed you are right but i would like multiple safeguards as recently the backups failed and the notifications were not sent out.
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Here's an article I wrote awhile back that should do it for you:

http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/datacenter/?p=296
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