Transaction log database STS_COnfig_TFS is full

I am getting this error message every 15 seconds

Event ID: 9002

The transaction log for database "STS_Config_TFS" is full. To find out why space in the log cannot be reused, see the log)reuse_wait_desk column in sys.databases

Was wondering if anyone else came across this..the file is only 149 MB and we set the auto grow to 500 MB and it's still throwing this error.

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are you taking log backups?
MysterhaysAuthor Commented:
Here is the rub.

Just found out that the STS_Content_TFS and STS_COnfig_TFS are both local to the TFS server, now those two databases have been also been created on our SQL server where we store all of our other databases. Once we backed up the logs locally, that error went away. Now I have to figure out how to move those db's to our main SQL server and reattach them.
if you just want to move them, you can detach and'll need to copy the logins as well.  

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