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Clear the transaction log

, 25 Apr 2002
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How To Clear A SQL Server Transaction Log

[Transaction Log full error]

- From the desktop of the machine having the problem, go to Start -> Program Files -> Microsoft SQL Server 6.5

- Launch ISQL_W

- A screen asking you to connect will appear. Fill in the name of the machine you are working on (for example, GEOCSCOLGRA and click Connect. If you have successfully connected a query window will appear.

- Open the drop down menu at the top of the query window. Highlight the name of the database that is having the problem (for example, csco_sideA)

- Type in the following statements. Put each statement on a separate line. Modify the text in bold (for example, change <DATABASE name>to csco_sideA):
dbcc checktable (syslogs)
dump tran <DATABASE name>with no_log
dbcc checktable (syslogs)
dbcc perflog


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GeneralFor those of you with SQL Server 2000 Pin
Richard Bywater14-May-02 22:17
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