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The binlog is a history of the writes to the database. It is vital for replication. It can also be used in certain "incremental" backup techniques. The transaction log (usually in files iblog1 and iblog2) is vital to InnoDB for multiple reasons: ROLLBACK, crash recovery, and possibly more. Manual page about binlog non-InnoDB logs Redo log There are ...
Your file is probably large but empty. In SSMS, right-click on your database and go into Tasks, Shrink Files. DO NOT HIT OK IN THIS DIALOG - but it's the easiest way of seeing how empty your files are. Choose Log in the dropdown, and I imagine you'll see that your log file is actually 99% empty. You probably had a large process that grew the file to ...
Uncommitted transactions will not be affected by checkpoint,Below are the operations that occur in sequence when checkpoint occurs 1.Log record is written indicating starting of check point 2.All dirty pages irrespective of committed or uncommitted transactions are flushed to disk (this is done so as to minimize the effort that needs to be spend during ...
Uncommitted transactions will not be effected by checkpoint. The checkpoint will occur, any dirty pages will be written to disk irrelevant of whether they have been committed or not.
do a manual full backup and then it will run. Why is this? This is because any database you create with full recovery model is always in pseudo simple recovery mode until you take a full database backup and this is where a log backup chain can be establish successfully. You can easily check if a database is in pseudo simple recovery mode using DBCC ...
in order to release the space you first need to change the recovery model from full to simple, then you can release the space as you have mentioned.After it is finished you can revert from simple to full anyway this is a temporary fix.. the log will eventually grow again sooner or later..
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