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my tempdb is getting very large, is there any way to avoid this?

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to avoid its growing and not to reduce it.

To reduce it I know how to do

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TempDB is used by SQL Server for many internal operations, It can grow in size.

Refer:
http://serverfault.com/questions/241372/sql-server-tempdb-size-seems-large-is-this-normal

To reduce it you need to shrink database.
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