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SQL Server Error Log - logging period

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Hi experts
i am reading about: SQL Server Error Log
what's the mean?
Review all the available log files; a problem may not have started in the current logging period
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SQL Server error log has user-defined events and few system events you may want for troubleshoot.
How to view the logs -- <<https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187109.aspx>>

Review log files - MS SQL Server <<>>
https://docs.mendix.com/refguide5/review-log-files-ms-sql-server

Review all the available log files; a problem may not have started in the current logging period
It means if your current log file is new then you will also have to view old log file to see if there is any problem mentioned by the SQL Server. That's why we have to review all the SQL Server Error Log files.

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