Our PA_Monitor database log file keeps filling up the drive on server overnight using 55GB of data. The log file remains fairly static throughout the day at around 990MB. Database on external SQL box running SQL 2003. We have other log files this server and we have discovered this is the database that is causing the issue. Where do I start looking to fix. Have checked the serverlog file and cant see anything obvious

asked 29 May '13, 11:26

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Hi,

Would you please run a report from your SQL server called Disk Usage by Table and send it to us at support@poweradmin.com.

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Quinn

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answered 29 May '13, 11:45

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