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10/14/2016 11:16 PM
 

Hi Guys,

I have a bloated database DNN 7.4 of over 100mb and see the problem is in my eventlog and associated tables does anyone have a script I can run in MSSQL 2014 that deletes all the records from eventlog and assoiciated tables. I have tried using truncated scripts and TurboDNN99 but still to big. 

Thanks in advance for your help.

Kind regards,

Buck

 
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10/15/2016 4:42 AM
 
100 mb is not really large, but after you cleared the tables, you would need to shrink the database or database files. In SSMS, right click the database node, select task > Shrink > Shrink files and shrink each file.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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