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Oct
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accepted How To Ignore SQL Update Notification
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comment How To Ignore SQL Update Notification
@AaronBertrand - +1 I downloaded SP3 as you suggested and it installed perfectly. The system is now updated and in synch. Thank you. Please make your comment an answer and I will accept it.
Oct
23
comment How To Ignore SQL Update Notification
No. There is only one instance of SQL Server running on this machine.
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accepted Do I really need to keep .LDF files?
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answered Do I really need to keep .LDF files?
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May
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comment Do I really need to keep .LDF files?
If the reporting database seems to be corrupt we restart the update database task that normally runs at night. We usually don't have to do this very often. Now I need to go read up on bulk logged recovery... thanks Shark.
May
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revised Do I really need to keep .LDF files?
adeed night process steps
May
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comment Do I really need to keep .LDF files?
Okay, but what purpose does an .ldf file serve if there have been no updates?
May
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comment Do I really need to keep .LDF files?
Unfortunately I can't set the database to READ_ONLY. We may need to create a view to help support our reporting capabilities.
May
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comment Do I really need to keep .LDF files?
Our production MS SQL 2005 database is re-created each night from file extracts off of another system.
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asked Do I really need to keep .LDF files?