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Below answer is in addition to correct answer posted by J. Wick
Kindly run the below script to check the size, max size and growth increments of your log files:
@@SERVERNAME AS [Server],
db.name AS [Database],
mf.name AS [File],
WHEN 'ROWS' THEN 'Data File'
WHEN 'LOG' THEN 'Log File'
END AS [FileType],
CAST(mf.[size] AS BIGINT)*8/1024 AS [SizeMB],
WHEN mf.[max_size] = -1 THEN 'Unlimited'
WHEN mf.[max_size] = 268435456 THEN 'Unlimited'
ELSE CAST(mf.[max_size]*8/1024 AS NVARCHAR(25)) + ' MB'
END AS [MaxSize],
WHEN 0 THEN CONVERT(VARCHAR(6), CAST(mf.growth*8/1024 AS BIGINT)) + ' MB'
WHEN 1 THEN CONVERT(VARCHAR(6), CAST(mf.growth AS BIGINT)) + '%'
END AS [GrowthIncrement]
FROM sys.databases db
LEFT JOIN sys.master_files mf ON mf.database_id = db.database_id
If the max size and current size are equal this could be causing the underlying issue. If so, try below command to increase the size:
ALTER DATABASE [db_name] MODIFY FILE (NAME = 'file name', MAXSIZE = <new max size> GB);
Please keep in mind that only one command you can run at a time for increasing the size and growth:
ALTER DATABASE [db_name] MODIFY FILE ( NAME = 'file name' , SIZE = 1GB )
Next you can use below command for autogrowth(if you want to change this):
ALTER DATABASE [db_name] MODIFY FILE ( NAME = 'file name' , SIZE = 1025MB , MAXSIZE = UNLIMITED , FILEGROWTH = 10MB )
Afterwards if you wish to shrink log file since its in Simple recovery model, you may use below command:
Same is answered by HandyD. I have incorporated answer as well as comment from that question, so it would be complete answer.
Hope above helps.