Transaction Log Growth, do you need it?

Monday Jan 5th 2009 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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One of the most common questions asked about SQL Server has to do with the transaction log and why does it grow. James Rea brings us a good explanation here of what happens and what you should do about it.

[From SQL Server Central]

Just about every search result you get for “Transaction Log Growth” on the internet will inevitably have a result with someone asking how to shrink or truncate their transaction log because it has grown too large. I've even written an article that skims over how to do this for SQLServerCentral.com called "Introduction to the Transaction Log". If you're unfamiliar with the Transaction Log you may want to review this article and my April posting called "A Brief Introduction to Transaction Logs". How about the times you need to grow your log? I did a recent search and had trouble finding a clear cut discussion or article about this.

The article continues at http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Transaction+Log/65255/

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