the MSDB log is about 15 GB whereas the data file is only 6 GB. Is there a way to shrink the MSDB log?
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This month the Toolbox column takes a look at database logging, Joel Spolsky's blog, printing code projects, and ASP.NET reading.
MSDN Magazine May 2008
Most data-driven Web sites are used as interfaces to collect, process, and summarize information. Reports that summarize the data can be presented to the user in a variety of formats-the most common way is to display the report directly in a Web page.
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Often, IM conversations contain important information you'd like to keep and reuse. Fortunately, MSN Messenger 6.2 has a feature to keep a conversation history permanently in XML format. This article shows you how to leverage that conversation history by consolidating IM exchanges so they are indexed, searchable, and ultimately reusable using the Microsoft Office 2003 Research and Reference task pane.
John R. Durant
MSDN Magazine February 2005
Hi All,Can some help me regarding following.I have set a job in sql server 2008 to send reminder emails for product expiration.Now I want a report which will specify the list of the emails sent with the email status details like queued ,sent,delivered, failed.I can fetch the emails that are sent by querying the like followingselect * from sysmail_mailitems SM inner join sysmail_profile SP on SM.Profile_Id = SP.Profile_Idand SP.Name ='ReminderProfile'The problem is only getting a perfect status of email whether it is delived or failed. How I can get those status ?Please help.Thanks,Amol
I am getting following error message in Crawl Logs
" Content for this URL is excluded by the server because a no-index attribute. "
Any help in this regard will be greatly appreciated.
I have a general question. developer team does not have direct access to server. But they frequently need to dig logs for errors. (yes we have a test server but when switched to prod. environment, programs sometimes give errors that are need to be
digged in prod)
Is it ok to "share" the folder program files\common files\microsoft shared\web server extensions\12\logs folder, so they can map the Web front End's logs folder to their computers ?
I dont really think it sounds good to make a sharing on production server like this,it is a sort of customization, I need your advices. is there a significant disadvantage that causes "don't!!" for this kind of operation?
Thanks in advance..
The service which runs and collects the log files for the Usage Analysis report was disabled for some reason. We have it re-activated but the logs for when it was down were not processed. How do we re-process those older logs?
Previously asked at http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.aspx?&lang=&cr=&guid=&sloc=en-us&dg=microsoft.public.sharepoint.windowsservices&p=1&tid=f676c989-a369-4761-94e7-ef9b1c28fde7
and referred to here.