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SQL Server 2008 Transaction log is now 25gig

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Hi everyone,

How can I delete or reduce the transaction log in SQL server 2008. I don't need the transaction log. I use SQL for my vcenter database and I backup everyday the database.

Thank in advance for your help!
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Question by:jonathan_camirand
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USE DATABASE;
GO
SELECT file_id, nameFROM sys.database_files;
GO
DBCC SHRINKFILE (1, TRUNCATEONLY);


or Right Click on Database and choose SHRINK DB Option.
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Change your database model to simple instead of truncating your log file
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by:jonathan_camirand
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How can I do that? I'll shrink my database too
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You can run the command

ALTER DATABASE YourDatabase
SET RECOVERY SIMPLE;
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