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10/24/2016 11:22 AM
 

A database on one of my sites keep filling up.  My hosting control panel says it is at 101% capacity.  I have checked and cleared the event log, which is accumulating errors continuously (other post regarding this)..  Shrinking the database drops it to 96% capacity, which gives me a few more days before the site crashes again, but I do not know what else could be doing this.  Given what is on the site, (not much)  the  actual use should be somewhere around 15%..  Anyone have any idea what else could be filling the database up?

 Running DNN 7.4 (Trying to resolve all errors before upgrading)

 
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10/24/2016 6:57 PM
 
check Exceptions table, Sitelog and scheduleHistory
SSMS has the option "view report" > Standard > Space used by top tables.
for Exceptions table use the script from my blog post, for sitelog and schedulehistory use truncate table.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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