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I setup replication in sql server 2008R2, after some time i found the publisher database T-log is growing rapidly and getting space issue message. please explain me how to trouble shoot this issue.

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Naren
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Which type of replication you are using?
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I am using transactional replication
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Did you tired running checkpoint command and shrink the log file?, also you can use the following commands to monitor pending replication details.

sp_replcmds
sp_replcounters
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When was the last time you backed up your Transaction Log?
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If you have backed up your Transaction Log recently, how frequently do you do it?
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we usually backup T-log for every 1 hr.
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Have you tried increasing the frequency to say every 30 or 15 minutes.
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